Americas As Venezuelans flee, Colombia's welcome walks a 'very fine line'

Colombia, which borders Venezuela, has borne the brunt of Venezuelan migration amid the Maduro government's economic crisis. Bogotá has taken steps to toughen the border, but also to better integrate many migrants who have already arrived.

Manuel Rueda

When Yenisel Perez arrived in the Colombian capital last summer without any savings, she managed to find work – but only for $5 per day. The small barber shop where she styled hair was one of the few places willing to hire an undocumented worker like herself.