New border rules spark migrant rush to US

After journeying hundreds of miles from her home in Guatemala with her three-year-old son to Texas, Febe Carillo-Ramos has received a document from US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) that allows them to settle and work without an immediate threat of deportation. It's the new normal for migrant families under President Joe Biden, following the harsh "zero tolerance" approach of Donald Trump that dashed the dreams of hundreds of thousands hoping to escape endemic poverty and violence in Central America.