Immigration officials just cleared out the massive makeshift encampment in Del Rio, Texas where thousands of illegal immigrants from Haiti tried to get into the U.S.
But thousands more are making their way from South America through Central America, according to the Panamanian government.
Images posted by the Central American nation show an estimated 4,000 migrants wading through the jungle in the Darien Gap, a 66-mile-long stretch of jumble and swamp that links Colombia and Panama.
The group of migrants set out on the five-day trek through the Darien Gap on Sunday, according to reports.
Behind this group, there is another group of 16,000 migrants waiting in northern Colombia for boats to take them to the Darien Gap.
Panama President Laurentino Cortizo told the United Nations General Assembly that more than 80,000 irregular migrants have traveled through Panama this year.
U.S. officials have finally begun to process the more than 15,000 Haitian migrants who set up camp outside the Texas border last week.
Many of the migrants face expulsion because they are not eligible for asylum in the U.S., but thousands have already been released into the country, according to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
Mayorkas also said that about 2,000 Haitian migrants were rapidly expelled from the country, while 5,000 are being processed in DHS custody to determine whether they will be allowed to press their claim for legal residency.