(NYPOST) — The signs at the Texas border offer a glimpse of the enormity of the problem of unaccompanied minors trying to sneak into the US.
The instructions are printed in English and Spanish, of course — but also, surprisingly, they’re instructions for help are also in Chinese.
Hundreds of Chinese teens are slipping into the US a year, immigration groups say, mostly through Central America and Cuba.
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They make their way to New York City, typically on buses, where they are farmed out across the country to work in Chinese restaurants.