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May 2, 2022

Mexico | Title 42 is maintained, migrant arrests at their maximum, and remittances +12.6%

Judge blocks the end of Title 42 in the U.S., for 2 years 88.2% of the arrests of Mexican migrants concluded in immediate expulsion. In March 2022, arrests of migrants in the U.S., and also of Mexican migrants, are at their maximum: 221,303 in total, 87,388 (39.5%) were Mexicans.

November 1, 2021

Mexico | Remittances increase (+23.3%) due to low unemployment of Mexican migrants (4.1%)

Favorable working conditions in the U.S. drive remittances to Mexico: the unemployment rate of the Mexican immigrants was 4.1% in September 2021. Since last May, the unemployment level of the Mexican immigrants is below average overall in the U.S. and below pre-pandemic levels.

October 1, 2021

Mexico | Will there be a reconfiguration in the Migration Map?

For the fourth time so far this year, remittances have exceeded their all-time high. The Migration Intensity Index 2020 suggests a reconfiguration of the Migratory Map in Mexico in 2020, where the Traditional region no longer seems to have a dominant hegemony in migration compared to other regions.

March 2, 2020

Map 2020 of migrant houses, shelters and soup kitchens for migrants in Mexico

The Map, Directory and Database with georeferencing of the main migrant houses, shelters and soup kitchens along the most affluent migration routes through Mexico are presented: the Route to the Northeast Border, the Route to Ciudad Juárez, and the Pacific Route.

October 22, 2015

Migration flows pose new challenges for Europe

Beyond economics, the credit problems of Greece and conflict of Ukraine, the focus in Europe is the most vivid social and humanitarian crisis in decades.