Carly Cassella, Science Alert, Mar. 18, 2019
"Over a hundred years ago, from 1850 to 1920, the United States of America experienced a wave of mass migration like never before - the highest levels in its history. While the topic of immigration remains...
Reporting on Migration from Obama to Trump
"Cristian Farías, an editorial writer for the New York Times, will moderate a panel of print, digital, and broadcast journalists: Pilar Marrero, independent journalist, author of Killing the American...
Sophia Genovese, Feb. 3, 2019
"Following the law should not be a radical idea. Yet the governments of the United States and Mexico somehow find advocacy for the codified rights of asylum seekers reprehensible.
I travelled to Tijuana in mid-January...
Sarah Feldberg, Jan. 17, 2018 - "Earlier this month, White House Director of Social Media Dan Scavino Jr. tweeted out an enthusiastic call to end “chain migration.”
Also known as family-based migration — or, in the parlance of...
"Even as immigration remains a hot topic in the U.S. presidential campaign, the number of people emigrating from Mexico to the United States, legally and illegally, has dropped sharply in recent years, research published Wednesday shows.
"This updated profile examines Mexican migration to the United States and Mexicans in the United States, US immigration policy affecting Mexican immigrants, Mexico's role as a transit country, remittances, government policy toward the Mexican...
"Mexican census figures show that fewer Mexicans are setting
out and many are returning — leaving net migration at close to zero,
Mexican officials say." - Los Angeles Times, Nov. 15, 2011 .
"Between 2005 and 2010, 1.4 million immigrants moved back to Mexico from the U.S. — about double the number who returned during the previous five-year period. During the same time period, Mexican immigration to the U.S. was at about the same...
"The much-ballyhooed border fence has not just made it more difficult for
illegal immigrants to slip across from Mexico into the United States.
It has also become an obstacle, researchers say, for migrating bears." - New York Times, Dec...
"Since 2011, WOLA staff have carried out research in six different zones of the U.S.-Mexican border, meeting with U.S. law enforcement officials, human rights and humanitarian groups, and journalists, as well as with Mexican officials and representatives...
"From the papayas grown by Bolivian farmers in Argentina to the recent
discovery of exploited [unauthorized] workers in Chile and conflicts over
local government in southern Mexico, this intraregional migration in
Latin America has become both...
"Although some have traveled from as far away as Sri Lanka and Tanzania, the bulk are minors from Mexico and from Central America's so-called Northern Triangle - Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, which together account for 74 percent of the...
Dianne Solís, Dallas Morning News, Nov. 19, 2015 - "More Mexicans are leaving than coming to the U.S. as families reunify, are forced to reunify and for other reasons, the Pew Research Center says today in a new report. Three years ago, Pew...
"A four-decade tidal wave of Mexican immigration to the United States
has receded, causing a historic shift in migration patterns as more
Mexicans appear to be leaving the United States for Mexico than the
other way around, according to a report...
National Geographic, Dec. 6, 2015 - "More than five million people were arrested between 2000 and 2013 while trying to cross the border from Mexico into Arizona. A further 6.4 million were apprehended in Texas, California, and New Mexico. Thousands...