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MISSION, United States: In this yard in the Texas town of Mission, they played as children, learned how to fish, picked cotton and gathered watermelons.

But because it’s on the border with Mexico, the Cavazos family could lose their property – to Donald Trump’s border wall.

They are not going down without a fight.

In his sister Eloisa’s dining room, Jose Alfredo Cavazos – who goes by Fred – displays the numerous letters sent by the federal government.

“Our property right now is in … danger of being no more,” says the 69-year-old, who lives next door to his sister, and uses a wheelchair to get around.

Construction seems inevitable: financing for the portion of the president’s much-awaited border wall that would pass through the Cavazos’ property in the Rio Grande valley was approved by Congress in March 2018.