Nayda Alvarez poses for a photo in her backyard, which is part of the property that her family has owned for five generations along the Rio Grande in the community of La Rosita, near Rio Grande City, Texas. Alvarez says that if the border wall were built as it is shown in preliminary maps, her house would have to be demolished to leave the 150-foot enforcement zone.

Nayda Alvarez poses for a photo in her backyard, which is part of the property that her family has owned for five generations along the Rio Grande in the community of La Rosita, near Rio Grande City, Texas. Alvarez says that if the border wall were built as it is shown in preliminary maps, her house would have to be demolished to leave the 150-foot enforcement zone.