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The following is a full translation of an article in the Mexico City newspaper
“El Sol de Mexico” dated April 5, 2013. The original, in Spanish, is at
Around 30 million of the immigrants in the U.S. are Mexican.
Mexico City – The study “Mexicans Not The Only Hispanics in the United States,” headed by the investigator John Logan of Brown University, revealed that in the last 20 years the Hispanic population in the United States has doubled, passing from 22 million in 1990 to 50 million, and indicates that around 30 million are Mexicans.
Nevertheless, the percentage of emigration of fellow citizens headed to the neighboring country to the north has fallen from 49 in the decade of 2000 to 36 percent at this time.
Said investigation analyzes the demographic differences quantitatively in the United States. Granted that the majority continues concentrating in the traditional immigration zones, a pattern of dispersal can be seen.
In the case of the Mexicans the largest concentration is found in Los Angeles – Riverside – San Bernardino with upwards of 5 million; in Houston, more than 1.5 million, Chicago is the fourth state (sic) with the highest number of fellow countrymen where 1.3 million reside and in Phoenix, Arizona, a bit more than 1 million. While approximately 22.5 million fellow countrymen reside in various regions of the United States.
In that sense, 2 of every 10 minors has Latino or Hispanic ascendency, as well as 1 of every ten citizens born in the United States.
The segregation indices of the AngloSaxon population have diminished since 1990, except in the case of Mexicans. The study points out that this reduction is mainly owed to the dispersion of the immigration; however, it prevails in the case of the Mexicans because they generally reside in areas that are mainly Hispanic.
“The Mexicans are no longer the Hispanic group that grows most rapidly, and the origin of the immigrants has diversified. Besides Mexico, Puerto Rico (in New York) and Cuba (Miami and Florida); Dominican Republic (New York), El Salvador and Guatemala (Los Angeles – Long Beach) have more than one million (trans. note: of their) citizens in the United States.”
The following is a full translation of an article in “Proceso” (Tegucigalpa, Honduras)
dated 4/6/13. The original, in Spanish, may be seen at:
73 undocumented persons found in the south of Mexico, among them 43 Hondurans
The Secretary of Government (Interior) announced today that Mexican authorities have intercepted 73 undocumented Central Americans who were being transported “in inhumane conditions” by people smugglers in the state of Chiapas, in the south of Mexico.
Apparently, those “without papers” had paid from 1,000 to 4,000 dollars to their captors to take them to the United States, the final destination of their journey.
Chiapas and National Migration Institute (INM) officials launched an operation in Ocosingo at dawn today and in the area of Nuevo Altamirano they detained 31 year old Marco Antonio Perez Ortiz who was transporting 15 undocumented Guatemalans. They all had false documents with them, with which those who were helping them cross Mexico pretended to have them pass as citizens of this country.
The immigrants explained that they acquired that false documentation from the one who was transporting them, who was going to take them to the town of Motozintla.
Elsewhere, yesterday, and also in Ocosingo, officials found 43 Hondurans, 13 Salvadorans, one Guatemalan and one Nicaraguan “who were transported in four vehicles under conditions that placed their lives at risk,” as the same report indicates.
Three presumed people traffickers were detained in that case, supposedly for being the ones in charge of transporting the migrants.
The report adds that detainees are in custody of the authorities for their possible processing, while the undocumented received “integral, medical, psychological and victimiological (sic) attention from the Bureau of Assistance to Victims and Witnesses of the Trading in People” prior to their probable repatriation.
The events occur at the time when every year tens of thousands of Central Americans cross Mexico to try to enter the U.S. without proper documents in search of better living conditions than those in their countries of origin.
During their crossing, the immigrants are exposed to abuses from public officials and police, as well as kidnappings and extortions from members of organized crime, who take advantage of the immigrants’ vulnerability during their journey.
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