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  • Mexico: Changing the Narrative on Immigrants
    President Donald Trump’s decision to put Mexican immigrants at the top of his enemies list has prompted Mexico to become more active – and more creative – in reaching out to compatriots in the United States to help them remain there or to cushion the shock of deportation.  Largely because unauthorized Mexican immigration had been in decline for many years, it rarely made front-page news in Mexico, but since Trump’s rhetoric during last year’s campaign and since winning the presidency there has been no topic more popular in Mexico.  
  • Dominican Republic: Heavy-handed Migration Policies
    The government of the Dominican Republic has not yet begun massive forced repatriations of the potentially 200,000 Haitians who have failed to comply with its “National Plan for Regularization of Foreigners,” but its plans to conduct sweeps for undocumented persons and put them in processing centers are already causing fear. 
  • HablaCentro
    El domingo 12 de enero de 2014, en la Catedral de San Patricio en Nueva York, Monseñor Alvaro Ramazzini, obispo de Huehuetenango, Guatemala, celebró la X Misa en Honor al Cristo de Esquipulas y concluyó su homilía con una invitación al Papa Francisco para ...
  • The Deported Return
    Guatemalan nationals exit a plane and head for the Migration Office in Guatemala City’s La Aurora Airport after having been deported from the United States. Each week, fourteen flights arrive at La Aurora Airport from the U.S. carrying approximately 135 deportees per airplane. According to the Guatemalan General Board of Migration, the United States has deported 33,783 Guatemalan nationals between January 1st and August 31st, 2013. These numbers display a sharp increase from the previous year of 2012 when the number of deportees for the same period was a then-record 27,999. 
  • HablaCostaRica
    Costa Rica será sede, mañana jueves y el viernes 6 de setiembre, de la II Reunión de la Comunidad de Estados Latinoamericanos y Caribeños (CELAC) sobre Migraciones.
  • HablaCostaRica
    Se trata de una reunión de vital importancia para Costa Rica, pues el próximo año asumirá la Presidencia Pro-Tempore. Entre otros, se tratarán los temas Legislación Migratoria, Seguridad Migratoria y Atención ?Consular, Movilidad Laboral y Derechos Humanos, Desarrollo Sostenible y Cooperación Internacional. Además, se realizará una presentación sobre el próximo Diálogo de Alto Nivel de la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas sobre la Migración Internacional y el Desarrollo (DAN-MD), a realizarse en octubre.
  • HablaCostaRica
    Este periodo especial denominado Transitorio inició el 17 de junio y finalizará el próximo 17 de setiembre, las personas interesadas en abrir un expediente con las facilidades de este periodo especial deberán solicitar una cita al número 9000-767266.
  • HablaCentro
    Un grupo de jóvenes indocumentados lograron que los servicios migratorios analicen su solicitud para poder regresar a EU.
  • HablaElSalvador
    Genenis Yamileht, 20, from El Salvador, spends a night at the Hermanos en el Camino immigrant shelter on August 5, 2013 in Ixtepec, Mexico. She said she planned to ride a freight train north with her husband the next night as part of their journey to the U.S. border and eventually to Houston, Texas. She hopes to get employment as a domestic worker. Thousands of Central American migrants ride atop the trains, known as 'la bestia', or the beast, during their long and perilous journey through Mexico. 
  • Guatemala's 'most dangerous' job (Video)
    Guatemala’s attorney general, Claudia Paz y Paz, is on a mission. Just two years on the job and she has already confronted some of her country’s most powerful and feared men: drug bosses, corrupt officials and a former dictator charged with genocide.

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