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Nuevo Estudio Revela Causas de Migración de Retorno a México

Written by on January 15, 2014 in En Español with 1 Comment
Nuevo Estudio Revela Causas de Migración de Retorno a México

Esta semana la organización Mexicans and Americans Working Together (MATT) presentó los resultados de un nuevo estudio que pone de relieve algunos cambios importantes en la migración de retorno de Estados Unidos a México. Uno de los méritos de este estudio es que nos recuerda el carácter dinámico y bidireccional de los flujos migratorios entre […]

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New Report Reveals Scale of Deaths Along U.S.-Mexico Border

Written by on June 5, 2013 in Enforcement, Legislation, Reform with 1 Comment
New Report Reveals Scale of Deaths Along U.S.-Mexico Border

Nothing illustrates the high stakes of the immigration reform debate now taking place in the Senate quite as powerfully as the growing body count along the U.S.-Mexico border. Despite the U.S. government’s decades-long effort to stop unauthorized immigration through an “enforcement first” strategy, unauthorized migrants continue to cross the border—and scores die before completing the […]

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President Obama’ Trip to Latin America Highlights Important Mutual Economic and Security Ties

Written by on May 7, 2013 in Legislation, Reform with 1 Comment
President Obama’ Trip to Latin America Highlights Important Mutual Economic and Security Ties

President Obama spent three days last week traveling to Mexico as well as Costa Rica—his first second-term trip to Latin America. Mexico is the United States’ third largest trading partner, behind Canada and China, in terms of total goods, and the U.S. is Mexico’s largest trading partner.  In addition, the largest share of immigrants who […]

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Several Factors Cited for Drop in Net Migration from Mexico

Written by on April 24, 2012 in Demographics, Economics, Enforcement with 0 Comments
Several Factors Cited for Drop in Net Migration from Mexico

Net migration from Mexico to the United States, both legal and illegal, now stands at zero—or less. In other words, the number of migrants coming here from Mexico is equal to, or less than, the number of migrants leaving or being deported from the United States and returning to Mexico. That is the main conclusion […]

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