Numbers of undocumented deported from U.S. at Juarez border increases

The number of Mexican immigrants deported by this border, grew this year, according to figures from the National Migration Institute (INM), which alerted the Bureau of the Todos Somos Juarez program and human rights organizations. Unemployment in the United States, is an important factor to be generated this situation, he said, Olga Rosa Ortiz, UACJ professor and member of the Working Committee, adding that the movement of immigrants on U.S. soil, the more vulnerable for deportation. Another factor is the immigration policy of the EU has not been refurbished within the administration of President Barack Obama, and that has increased deportations of Mexican nationals by this border, said the priest by his side Oscar Enriquez, leader of the Center Paso del Norte Human Rights. Read Article

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