Illegal crossings from Mexico into the United States have sunk sharply in early 2017 after spiking ahead of the American election last November.
One in every 7 people are migrants today but health systems haven’t been able to adapt and give them access to health services.
The United States has long been the dream destination for many Latin American migrants, whether fleeing poverty, political unrest, natural disaster or violence. But now a growing number of migrants are putting down roots in Mexico
Media needs to show refugees aren’t “potential terrorists” nor “threats to national security.”
As more migrants are blocked at the American border and more undocumented immigrants are deported from the United States, border communities in Mexico could be overwhelmed
Donald Trump has said a "big day" is planned on national security, including an announcement to build a wall on the border between the US and Mexico.
Incertidumbre, enojo en algunos. Es la sensación que prevalece entre los cubanos que abandonaron la isla y ahora se encuentran en México y Centroamérica.
From the streets of Havana to the Mexican border with the United States to South Florida, there was a new immigration reality Friday, the day after the Obama administration said Cubans would no longer be allowed to enter the United States without visas.
As US Republican candidate, UK politicians want to build a wall in Calais to keep migrants out. It will replace the fencing along the ferry's port to prevent migrants from attempting to board lorries.
As US-driven immigration crackdown forces many to find alternative routes through Mexico, activists fear an increase in trafficking and drownings
Tens of thousands have left Cuba in the past two years, taking perilous routes to reach the US.
Turbo is the main Caribbean port in Colombia’s Uraba region and, due to its geographic position, it is used by Cubans, Asians and Africans as a springboard for traveling to the United States via Panama.
According to the International Organization for Migration IOM a quarter million people have arrived to Europe but 3034 have died in the attempt this year.
Some of the 123 suspects may have been tortured into confessing, making it even more difficult to know what really happened.
In the end, the only sustainable Cuban immigration policy involves a free and prosperous island, 90 miles off Florida. Cubans’ entry privileges may be a relic of the cold war. But so is the failed embargo. Scrap both at the same time, and bet on openness.
Tens of thousands of Cubans have plunked down the profits of their home and car sales to pay for a treacherous 5,000-mile journey by plane, bus, boat and foot, no matter the rout, South America, Central America, or a boat in the caribbean sea.
Immigrants seek protection for families after 121 people were taken into custody to be deported, as legal groups and Latin American consulates rush to assistance
A growing number of Cubans who have opted to move back to the island in recent years as the Castro government eases its rigid immigration rules.
Not among the 8000 caught illegally trespassing the border, but product of Costa Rica’s closure of a work visa program.
The approaches made by candidates to immigration will perhaps be the most telling when regarding their position towards Latin America, understanding them is key to determine the nature of their foreign policy in the region.
Undocumented immigrants risk scorching temperatures, venomous creatures, and military surveillance to get into the U.S.
Ecuador will begin requiring Cubans to get visas to enter beginning December 1. The Latin American country has said it wants to discourage a flow of migrants.
Latin American ministers failed in two rounds of meetings to find a solution for thousands of US-bound Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica. The impasse means that nearly 3,000 Cubans aiming to travel through Central America to get to the United States remain stuck in Costa Rica.