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Sustaining Progress with Mexico on Migration

The United States and Mexico escaped President Trump’s threat of mutually destructive tariffs with a June 7 agreement on steps to reduce migrant flows to the United States. Mexico since has dramatically improved its efforts to reduce the number of Central American and other migrants reaching the U.S.-Mexico border. 

The number of migrants apprehended at the U.S. border reportedly dropped to under 100,000 in June from 144,000 in May, a reduction of over 30 percent. Mexico deported 22,000 migrants in June, a 33 percent increase from May and a 13-year high.

The Venezuelan Refugee Crisis: Implications for the International Community

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and the International Organization for Migration, more than 4 million Venezuelans have fled their home country since 2015. Most of them—3.2 million—have gone to other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean. With an estimated 5,000 Venezuelans leaving the country each day, the number is projected to reach 5.4 million by the end of this year.

2019 Migration to and through Mexico Mid-Year Report

Infographic | What We Know About the U.S.-Mexico Immigration Deal So Far

Los Riesgos y las Oportunidades para la Efectiva Reinserción de los Beneficiarios del TPS en El Salvador. Recomendaciones de Política Pública

Authors:
Georgina Cisneros (investigadora)
Lyla Gil (asistente de investigación)
María Elena Rivera (coordinadora)
Fundación Dr. Guillermo Manuel Ungo (Fundaungo)
 

Dr. Luis Rubio: Policy and Progress in Mexico

A former Public Policy Scholar with the Wilson Center's Latin American Program, Dr. Luis Rubio is an expert on issues of democracy, economics and globalization, global governance and political economy. He is currently serving as a Global Fellow with the Wilson Center's Mexico Institute and chairman of the Center of Research for Development (CIDAC), an independent research institution devoted to the study of economic and political policy issues.

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