From left, Erickson Estrada, 4, Eiro Euceda, 14, Elen Euceda, 8, Sheyla Estrada, 17, and Nubia Estrada Umanzor, 34, sit on a bed at Estrada Umanzor's half sister's home in Bakersfield, Calif., on Monday, Dec. 17, 2018. The family arrived in the U.S. earlier that month with a caravan from Honduras.
Nubia looks out the window of her half sister's home in Bakersfield, Calif., as she waits for a case worker to arrive.
Erickson, 4, plays outside.
Eiro, 14, right, talks to his sister Sheyla, 17, in the kitchen of a family member's home where they are staying.
Elen, 8, lies on the bed after getting dressed up to visit a school she may potentially attend.
Nubia carries her son Erickson after playing outside.
Nubia cleans dishes next to her daughter Sheyla at Nubia's half sister's home in Bakersfield.
Elen plays on the hammock set up in the living room.
Nubia must wear an ankle monitor at all times.
Nubia holds hands with her children as they walk to Fremont Elementary School in Bakersfield, Calif., to get information about enrolling.
Elen and her brother Erickson watch TV at a family member's home where they're staying in Bakersfield, Calif.
Erickson holds hands with his mother Nubia on their walk.
Nubia walks into an immigration office after taking a taxi there.
Outside her house, Francisca Estrada de Espino meets a case worker checking on her half sister, Nubia Estrada, who, with her children, came from Honduras.
Nubia sits on the hammock set up for her children in her half sister's home while her children Eiro and Sheyla play on their phones.