Immigration

Lawlessness drives immigration to U.S. Lawlessness drives immigration to U.S. Lea en español: Inseguirdad aumenta número de migrantes a Estados Unidos by Jorge P. Pastrana

CHIHUAHUA – Historically the more than 500,000 Chihuahuans who reside in the U.S. went there seeking work, but during these last three years insecurity has … Continue reading

<em>La Casa del Migrante</em> home to suffering and hope La Casa del Migrante home to suffering and hope Lea en español: La Casa del Migrante alberga sufrimiento, ofrece esperanza by Jorge H. Gutiérrez Neri

TIJUANA — It’s past midnight and a white van stirs up the street dogs while it parks to let out more migrants who arrive tired, … Continue reading

Border crossing through Juárez Border crossing through Juárez by cuevacha

Juárez demographer says 30,000 to 50,000 persons fled Juarez to the U.S. as a result of drug-war violence since 2008 Juárez demographer says 30,000 to 50,000 persons fled Juarez to the U.S. as a result of drug-war violence since 2008 Lea en español: Mexodus: Mucha política y poca investigación by Ramón Alvarado

Rodolfo Rubio Salas is a professor and researcher at the Juárez City campus of Colegio de la Frontera Norte where he has been for 16 years. He specializes in border migration studies and affirms that behind all the numbers about the violence-propelled exodus of people from Juárez into El Paso there is a lot of politics and little research. Continue reading

Mexicans seeking asylum: A facet of U.S.-Mexican political entanglements Mexicans seeking asylum: A facet of U.S.-Mexican political entanglements Lea en español: Mexicanos buscando asilo: Una faceta de los enredos políticos entre México y los Estados Unidos by Raisa Camargo

EL PASO — A young policewoman feels trapped living in abysmal despair after fleeing a Mexican town near the border. She attempted to uphold the … Continue reading