|California Governor Jerry Brown's Pardon Changes Lives for Deported Veterans|
It’s never happened before – a military veteran deported from the United States – then later granted citizenship. But now, three U.S. military veterans are one step closer to doing just that.
|Former President Vicente Fox on Being Outspoken, POTUS, Immigration and the Future of Mexico|
In an an hour-long speech before the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, Fox extolled the benefits of free trade while also deriding Trump’s attack on undocumented immigrants in the United States.
|Asylum-Seekers Are Clamoring to Stay in Mexico in the Wake of US Election|
The number of asylum applications received by Mexico has spiked by 150% in the months after the 2016 U.S. presidential election, while detentions at the southwestern U.S.-Mexico border fell slightly during the same period.
|United Airlines Accuses Mexican Passsenger of Trafficking His Own Child|
Another day, another complaint against United Airlines. This time, it accused a passenger of attempting to traffic his own daughter.
|After Decades of Impunity, Corruption at a Level of Audacity 'Never Seen in Mexico'|
The New York Times
Empowered citizens, transparency laws and a freer media are now exposing the schemes that governors have used to siphon public funds for their private use. But though the scrutiny has produced mounting evidence of misdeeds, the governors have rarely faced justice.
|Candy Shop Turns Tourist Stop with Mexican Tequila|
A small candy shop in Mexico has become a must-see tourist stop, but it’s not because of the sweets it’s selling. At this shop, you can get a treat and something strong to drink.
|US-Mexico Wall Puts Animals in Danger of Extinction|
A wall along the United States/Mexico border could seriously disrupt the natural habitats and movements of many animals species that live there.
|First DREAMer Deported to Mexico Under Trump Administration Files Lawsuit|
An undocumented immigrant protected from removal by a law President Trump assured voters he would stand by has been deported back to Mexico.
|The Mafia of the Poor: Gang Violence and Extortion in Central America|
International Crisis Group
Central American gangs are responsible for brutal acts of violence, abuse of women and forced displacement of thousands. Governments must go beyond punitive measures and address the social and economic roots of gang culture, tackle extortion schemes and invest in communities.
|Once Ignored Back Home, Deportees Returning to Mexico Now Find 'Open Arms'|
The New York Times
For years, as the Obama administration sent back thousands of Mexicans each week, Mexico’s establishment barely reacted. Now, politicians are eagerly embracing them, portraying deportees as the embodiment of President Trump’s hostility toward their country and their people.
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