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Mexico | Yearbook of migration and remittances 2016

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The Yearbook of Migration and Remittances Mexico 2016 is the result of the joint work of the National Population Council (CONAPO), BBVA Bancomer Foundation and BBVA Research. It presents statistical information from the main official sources, both national and international, on migration dynamics in Mexico and the world

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Topics:Migration
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1.Global Migration

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The objective of this chapter is to present a general overview of international migration, which serves as a reference for identifying the key figures, statistics and trends related to this phenomenon across regions and/or countries, migratory corridors and the basic sociodemographic characteristics of international migrants

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2.Emigration from Mexico

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The long migratory tradition from Mexico to the United States is reflected in the significant number of people of Mexican origin living in that country. In 2015, nearly 36.9 million people in the U.S. were of Mexican origin, of which 12.2 million were immigrants

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3.Migration and Health

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One of the indicators of the quality of life and social inclusion of Mexican in the U.S. is access to medical insurance and their health conditions

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4.Repatriated Mexicans

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In the past five years (2010-2015), it is estimated that the U.S. immigration authorities registered more than three million repatriations of people to their countries of origin, amounting to the total population of Uruguay

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5.Return Migration to Mexico

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For decades, Mexico has been characterized by having a long tradition of migration: it has been the origin country of a large number of migrants entering the U.S. However, in recent years, return migration has attracted growing interest among researchers, government and civil society because of the social and economic implications for the communities of origin

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6.Migrant Children

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Migration is a highly complex phenomenon involving not only the displacement of adults from their countries of origin to other countries, but also the movement of family units and children

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7.Central American Repatriates

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Nowadays, migrants entering Mexican territories in order to reach the United States or those who are living in that country without the required documentation find themselves in a context where migratory controls have become more restrictive

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8.Remittances

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The migratory phenomenon is closely linked to remittances, in other words, the money international migrants send their families and/or communities in their country of origin

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