Causas e impactos de la deportación de migrantes centroamericanos de Estados Unidos a México

Causas e impactos de la deportación de migrantes centroamericanos de Estados Unidos a México (Simón Pedro Izcara Palacios y Karla Lorena Andrade Rubio, 2014). Durante la última década el número de migrantes expulsados con una orden de deportación de Estados Unidos a México casi se ha duplicado. No todos los migrantes deportados a México tienen nacionalidad mexicana, algunos son ciudadanos de países centroamericanos. Este artículo, fundamentado en una metodología cualitativa que incluye entrevistas en profundidad a 75 migrantes centroamericanos que Read More

Victory Denied: After Winning On Appeal, An Inadequate Return Policy Leaves Immigrants Stranded Abroad

Victory Denied: After Winning On Appeal, An Inadequate Return Policy Leaves Immigrants Stranded Abroad (2014, Tianyin Luo and Sean Lai McMahon) Today, many immigrants who have won their deportation cases on appeal before a circuit court—a filing called a ‘‘petition for review’’—are stranded in their countries of origin, with no way to return to the U.S. This problem is caused by the government’s insistence on deporting immigrants who have a legal right to remain in the United States before they have Read More

Conditions Facing Guatemalans Deported from the US: Concerns and Recommendations for a Rights-Based Approach

Conditions Facing Guatemalans Deported from the US: Concerns and Recommendations for a Rights-Based Approach (2014, The Guatemalan Human Rights Commission) An average of two ICE planes arrive every day at the Guatemala City airport carrying Guatemalans deported from the US; some individuals are detained in the desert a few days after crossing into the United States while others have lived in the US for years. An ICE official recently estimated that a total of 50,000 Guatemalans were deported from the Read More