Central American migrants resume their journey towards the U.S. border

(NBC) - Migrants scrambled to get on the back of a trailer in the Central Mexican State of Queretaro en route to the United States to seek asylum north of the border.

The migrants left Queretaro just days after President Trump signed a proclamation suspending the entry of migrants through the U.S. southern border between ports of entry for 90 days.

The proclamation will bar migrants who cross the U.S. Border with Mexico illegally from receiving asylum in the U.S. However, migrants are still taking a chance and are heading north.