Tag: Mexican migration

Farmers Struggle to Find Labor, Threatening Americans’ Food Supply and Prices

Farmers Struggle to Find Labor, Threatening Americans’ Food Supply and Prices

America’s farmers have been acutely aware of the consequences of restrictive immigration policies for some time. When migration levels drop or restrictive policies drive migrants out of the state or country, farmers feel the pinch first, as their crops are left to rot in the fields due to the shortage of available workers. Since a […]

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Life-Saving Humanitarian Aid Camp Raided by Border Patrol in Arizona Desert

Life-Saving Humanitarian Aid Camp Raided by Border Patrol in Arizona Desert

Each year, hundreds of individuals perish while crossing into the United States from Mexico and Central America. Death while crossing the desert is often due to dehydration and other medical emergencies. Often migrants get lost and are poorly equipped for the treacherous journey, succumbing to the desert heat and exhaustion. As a result, in 2004 a […]

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New Study Highlights Causes of Return Migration to Mexico

Written by on January 14, 2014 in Economics, Enforcement with 0 Comments
New Study Highlights Causes of Return Migration to Mexico

Mexicans and Americans Thinking Together (MATT) has presented the results of a new study that highlights some recent, significant shifts in return migration from the United States to Mexico. One of the merits of this study is that it reminds us of the dynamic and bi-directional nature of migratory flows between the two countries. Between 2005 […]

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