In January 2019 the US was set to overhaul how it handled illegal migrants after a young boy and girl, both from Guatemala, died while in US custody in December. Their deaths coincided with a spike in the number of young migrant families apprehended at the border. Many of them come from Guatemala. To find out what is driving young families to the US, the BBC's Patricia Sulbarán and film maker Ed Ram went back to the village of one of those children, Felipe Gomez Alonzo.

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