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The Mexican Immigration Crisis - By Brian Miner
The Mexican immigration has helped America, especially in its race war.
It's not just black or white anymore. They have replaced what's missing in our society " the American Indian"
and maybe that's why their large migration has been very welcome. They have helped our economy. But their
starting to change our national language and it's not a question if we should let more into our country but if we
should close the borders and let immigrants from other countries in where slavery still exists and rape
cannot be prosecuted. Were known as the "land of the immigrants" not land of the Mexicans. If America wants to
slow down the migration they must support more anti-corruption groups, help their journalists and
police get safe houses where they and their families can go if they are threatened and still do their job.
If a crime gang threating's a policeman or to harm their family usually they mean it and have no choice but to
give in to their demands unless they can live in safe housing or temporary safe housing arranged by the government.
Mexico is running out of good and talented political candidates because of assignations. Mexico is the
weakest link on our continent as far as security goes and if we can't safely invest in their economy then
we should cut down on immigration until our investments can be protected and their military becomes transparent.
Latin American immigrants' remit or sent over 62 billion dollars back to Mexico in 2023.
The Mexican president is boasting about how much money is being sent back to Latin America. The more that cross into
the US, the more money is sent back. It is expected to rise in 2024. This president has no incentive to patrol
their border and they're not going to.

Employment Agencies Instead Of Human Traffickers
Mexico must realize that employment agencies
operating in Mexico or ones that could be operating there are losing billions because of illegal migrations.
First of all if one million Mexicans plan to come and work in the US and they need to come thru a employment
agency they would be out of luck and better off to come illegally. There is not enough employment
agencies in Mexico to even begin to send them to employers in the US. They need three or more fortune 500
employment agencies with good reputations and large enough to handle millions of applicants a year.
Employers in the US that desperately need employees will pay $5000 to $7500 for a one-year contract.
For $100,000 a manufacturer can get 20 employees to show up for a year. $5000 is the same number
the US used to fine illegal immigrants before they can become US citizens. The US feels it should charge
a fine to discourage illegal migration or cheating, it's not fair that they cut in line and leave
immigrants that have been on the waiting list for years without jobs and the US drops the illegal entry charge
from a felony to a misdemeanor and that enables them to come back legally. if not for that they would have a
felony and would be barred from the US permanently. It would also take about $5000 for an employment agency in Mexico to
line up a job, verify who they are, get them a social security number,
green card, passport, American ID so they can cash checks, and make travel arrangements
and temporary housing. $5000 x one million is five billion. The employee must not have to except unequal pay.
After the year is up the employee might stay and maybe get offered
a raise to stay or they can go to a job of their choice .
They are established by then, and have all their legal paperwork. The employer can
also end the contract or release the employee after one year and the employer must pay another
$5000 for another employee. If the employer pays all the costs this would eliminate the need for human trafficking.
Only felons would have to take the illegal route. Employment agencies in Mexico would help petition the
Mexican government to crack down on illegal border crossings realizing how much money they are losing.
It must be mandatory that all illegal immigrants arrested in the US be referred to an employment agency in Mexico
to come back legally. America should offer amnesty day where Mexicans already on the US side of the border
could sign up at designated employment agencies to identify themselves and register legally unless they
are convicted felons. They still might have to pay the hefty fine of $5000 but it won't affect their work status.
They can still apply for US citizenship or asylum.
There must be a Strict rule for the employers and employees not to lend money or ask for a loan.
When the year is up you don't want the employee to feel like they can't leave their job because they owe the
employer money. It's for their own good. If an employee owes money at the end of their contract they don't have to pay.
It's in the contract. One year is long enough to contract your life out. At the end of the year or term,
the employment agency does not get a fee if the employer hires or keeps the employee. If they did it might stop an
employee from being rehired. If an employee quits or walks off the job the employment agency must send a replacement
at their own cost. At the beginning and end of the contract the employment agency has to supply all the information
they need to apply for asylum or citizenship but don't actually file for them.
Mexicans are not taking American jobs; they are actually expanding
our workforce and economy so we can better compete with the labor force of India and China which have
populations over one billion.

"Amnesty Day - If They Pay Let the Immigrants Stay"
Social Security Is A Pay Per System And If The Immigrants Pay All Taxes
They Should Be Entitled To All Its Benefits Like Anyone Else
If They Buy Homes It Is Better For Our Economy And Everyone

MEXICAN OIL AND UTILITIES
"Let It Go And It Will Grow"

Mexico should consider selling its government run oil and gas company (pemex),
government utilities and power companies, government run airlines,government owned and operated railroad
and now government owned and operated mining,including lithium production, and let them trade on the exchange
and get out of running a business and instead collect hefty taxes from them and start running a government.
These are the top five industries, US investors want to invest in and competing with the Mexican government won't happen.
Then the Mexican government will control the private sector too. It's called corruption where one person in
government controls the entire economy. They can invest the money in a public school system.
Mexico is more communist or nationalist than any country in the world and until they operate as a democracy, we can't invest
in their economy and slow down immigration. Mexico is holding the entire Latin American continent in poverty.

Fast Track Immigration
Do what it takes months and years in days or weeks. Get them to employers fast
and save all the hardship of not being able to get themselves legal or being incarcerated. America manufacturers
can't wait for years to get workers and consumer prices will keep on rising until we can get them legal and working.

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ARTICLES

The Thousands of Chinese Migrants Headed to the
US-Mexico Border Just Lost Their Key Entry Point to America

By Matthew Loh (June 20, 2024) Business Insider


Mexican Cartels Offering Pricey VIP Package
for Migrants Trying to Get into US

By Steve Fisher and Alfredo Corchado
(June 20, 2024) USA Today


How Biden's Executive Action Will Work to
Give Some Immigrants a Pathway to Citizenship

By No Author (June 18, 2024) Associated Press


Chicago Begins Evicting Entire Migrant Families
From City Shelters

By Nell Salzman (June 13, 2024) Chicago Tribune


Migrant Woman Searches for Husband Who Has Vanished,
a Common Occurrence As Men Struggle to Find Jobs

By Nell Salzman (June 9 2024) Chicago Tribune


Mexicos President Seeks Agreement for US to
Send Deportees Directly to Countries of Origin

By Abel Alvarado, Rosa Flores and Rocio Munoz-Ledo
(June 5, 2024) CNN


Mexicos Poorest Are Receiving Less Government Funds
Under President Who Brought Poor to the Fore

By No Author (May 24, 2024) NBC-AP


North Korean Defectors Repatriated by China
Face Persecution

By Julian Ryall (May 23, 2024) Deutsche Welle


Mexico is Stopping Three Times as Many
Border Crossings Than Last Year

By Safia Samee Ali (May 16, 2024) News Nation


Surge of Children Crossing Dangerous Darién Gap Jungle
By Vanessa Buschschlüter (May 16, 2024) BBC


US to Speed up Immigration Cases of
Recent Border Crossers in New Program

By Ted Hesson (May 16, 2024) Reuters


China and US Resume Cooperation on Deportation
as Chinese Immigrants Rush in From Southern Border

By Didi Tang (May 9, 2024) Associated Press


Rape, Terror and Death At Sea: How a Boat Carrying
Rohingya Children, Women and Men Capsized

By Edna Tarigan and Kristen Gelineau (May 7, 2024) AP


Theres Been a Major Shift in Demographics at the Border.
Heres Whats Behind the Change.

By David Noriega and Aarne Heikkila and Adiel Kaplan
(May 4, 2024) NBC News


The Real Migrant Bus King of North America
Isn't the Texas Governor. It's Mexico's President.

By Lauren Villagran (April 28, 2024) USA Today


ICE Chief Says This Foreign Adversary
Isnt Taking Back Its Illegal Immigrants

By Adam Shaw (April 20, 2024) Fox News


AMLO Prepares to Take Over Vulcan Property
in Mexicos Mayan Riviera

By Eric Martin, Amy Stillman and Michael O'Boyle
(March 19, 2024) Bloomberg


She Fled North Korea But Was Sold to a Man in China.
Her Second Escape Came Nearly 20 Years Later.

By Jessie Yeung and Yoonjung Seo (March 8, 2024) CNN


Mexicos Most Dangerous City for Police Refuses
the Cartel 34 Officers Are Dead

By Mark Stevenson (March 7, 2024) the Independent


First Responders in a Texas Town Are Struggling To Cope With
the Trauma of Recovering Bodies From the Rio Grande

By Morgan Chesky and Alicia Victoria Lozano
(February 26, 2024) NBC News


Migrant Crossings At U.S. Southern Border Reach
Record Monthly High

By Camilo Montoya-Galvez (December 29, 2023) CBS News


Thousands Join Migrant Caravan in Mexico Ahead of
Secretary of State Blinken's Visit To the Capital

By EDGAR H. CLEMENTE (December 24, 2023) AP


The Jungle Between Colombia and Panama Becomes a
Highway for Migrants From Around the World

By CHRISTOPHER SHERMAN (December 17, 2023) AP


Americans Are Flocking To Mexico City Where Rent Is Cheaper
and Life is More Laid Back for Locals, Its Complicated

By Numerous (October 12, 2023) Life


Fury as Donald Trump Says Immigrants Poison Blood of US
By David Millward (October 6, 2023) The Telegraph


Biden Administration Waives 26 Federal Laws to
Allow Border Wall Construction in South Texas

By VALERIE GONZALEZ (October 4, 2023) AP


Join the Military, Become a US citizen:
Uncle Sam Wants you and Vous and Tu

By LOLITA C. BALDOR (June 11, 2023) AP


Here Are Four Reasons Why There Was No
Post Title 42 Migrant Border Surge

By Julia Ainsley and Didi Martinez (June 2, 2023) NBC News


Asylum-Seekers Are Prey for Gangs and Officials
By Maria Abi-Habib (May 12, 2023) New York Times


Migrants Crossing Dense Darien Jungle at Colombia-Panama
Border Find Increasingly Organized Route

By IVÁN VALENCIA (May 11, 2023) AP


Fleeing Bloodshed, Poverty and Despair,
Immigrant Asylum Seekers Line up in the Desert

By Raul Roa (May 10, 2023) Los Angeles Times


Heavy Gunfire With Casualties Reported Near
Key US-Mexico Trade Bridge

By Noi Mahoney (May 10, 2023) Freight Waves


Seeking Asylum in the US? Make Sure Your Cellphone is Charged.
By Whitney Eulich (May 8, 2023) Christian Science Monitor


Migrants Desperate to Live in US Endure Inhumane Conditions
Near the Mexican Border: Reporter's Notebook

By MIREYA VILLARREAL (May 6, 2023) ABC News


An Influx of Migrants is Already at the Border
Ahead of Title 42 Ending Next Week

By Julia Ainsley and Didi Martinez (May 5, 2023) NBC News


3,000 Migrants Begin Walk North From Southern Mexico
By EDGAR H. CLEMENTE (April 23, 2023) AP


Guard Actions in Mexico Fire Seen As
Key To Who Lived, Died

By MARÍA VERZA (April 21, 2023) AP


U.S., Panama, Colombia Agree To Crack Down On
One of World’s Most Dangerous Migrant Crossings

By Jacqueline Charles (April 14, 2023) Miami Herald


Adrift In the Atlantic, A Boat of Death and Lost Dreams
By RENATA BRITO and FELIPE DANA (April 12, 2023) AP


Virtual Wall: How the US Plans to Boost Surveillance
at the Southern Border

By Hilary Beaumont (April 3, 2023) The Guardian


Migrants Lit Mattresses in Protest, Starting Fire That
Killed 40 Near US-Mexico Border, Officials Say

By Wyatte Grantham-Philips and Christine Fernando,
(March 28, 2023) USA Today


Dreams of Space That Ended in Shipwreck off Italy
By Kawoon Khamoosh, Ali Hussaini and Soran Qurbani
(March 20, 2023) BBC News


Bodies of Migrants, Mostly Children, Wash Ashore in Italy
By No Author (March 12, 2023) CNN


Hundreds of Migrants Try to Force Their Way
Into US at Mexico Border

By Jose Luis Gonzalez (March 12, 2023) Reuters


DACA Recipients Leaving US, Disheartened By Legal Limbo
By DEVIN DWYER, MICHELLE STODDART and SARAH HERNDON
(March 7, 2023) GMA


Mexico: More Than 340 Migrants Found in Truck Trailer
By No Author (March 6, 2023) BBC News


The Pakistani Hockey Player Who Died in Italy Shipwreck
By Caroline Davies (March 2, 2023) BBC


Many Immigrants Are Departing After Decades
Illegally in the U.S.

By Miriam Jordan (March 1, 2023) New York Times


Companies Could Lower Grocery Store Prices if the US Passed
Immigration Reform, Says a Major Food CEO:
'It's a crisis out here in terms of labor availability'

By Jason Lalljee (March 1, 2023) Insider


Migrant Boat Breaks up off Italian Coast,
Killing Nearly 60

By FRANCES D'EMILIO (February 26, 2023) AP


'A Race Against Time': U.S. Tech Layoffs Put
Foreign Workers on Ticking Clock

By Kwasi Gyamfi Asiedu, Cindy Carcamo
(February 19, 2023) Los Angeles Times


Mexico Sets up Express Lane for Cuban Migrants' Relatives
By No Author (February 16, 2023) AP


Rescues of Asylum-Seekers Soar As Border Patrol
Ramps Up Efforts and More Migrants Arrive

By Rick Jervis (February 13, 2023) USA Today


Illegal U.S.–Mexican Border Crossings Fall to
Lowest Level in Two Years

By Ari Blaff (February 11, 2023) National Review


This Family Fled Mexico and Sought Asylum
Through an App. Not Everyone Is So Lucky

By José Ignacio Castañeda Perez
(February 5, 2023) USA Today


Cubans Respond With Zeal to New US Migration Policy
By ANDREA RODRÍGUEZ (February 5, 2023) AP


Nearly 600,000 Migrants Released Inside U.S.
Since 2021 With No Court Date

By Julia Ainsley and Alex Chaidez
(February 3, 2023) NBC News


U.S. Arrests of Cuban, Haitian, Nicaraguan and
Venezuelan Migrants Plummet

By Ted Hesson (January 25, 2023) Reuters


Border Officials Allow Asylum-Seekers to Request
U.S. Entry Through Mobile App

By Camilo Montoya-Galvez (January 12, 2023) CBS


Asian Countries Top Ranking of World’s Most
Powerful Passports in 2023

By Bryan Ke (January 12, 2023) NextShark


Haitians Seizing On Legal Path To US Rush To
Secure Passport

By EVENS SANON (January 11, 2023) AP


A Guide to the Common Types of Visas That Allow
Foreign Workers Into the U.S.

By Dalia Faheid (January 8, 2023) Fort Worth Star-Telegram


New Program for Cuban, Haitian and Nicaraguan
Migrants is Complex. What You Need to Know

By Jacqueline Charles (January 5, 2023) Miami Harold


Migrants Crowd Mexico's Refugee Offices Amid Fears of
U.S. Policy Change

By Lizbeth Diaz and Jose Torres
(January 4, 2023) Reuters


Employers of Foreign Workers Would Pay More
Under Biden Proposal

By Hamed Aleaziz (January 3, 2023) Los Angeles Times


Canada Grants Record Permanent Residency Permits in 2022
By Ismail Shakil and Anna Mehler Paperny
(January 3, 2023) Reuters


'Boom of Opportunities': How Smugglers, Mexican Cartels
Profit From US Border Restrictions

By José Ignacio Castañeda Perez
(December 27, 2022) Arizona Republic


Stop ‘Vilifying’ Asylum Seekers and Let Them Work,
Says Former Refugees Minister

By Charles Hymas (December 23, 2022) Telegraph


U.S. Population Growth Inches Higher in 2022,
Driven by Immigration

By Kanishka Singh (December 22, 2022) Reuters


Fleeing China's Covid Lockdowns for the US -
Through a Central American Jungle

By Mengyu Dong (December 22, 2022) BBC


Lack of Immigration is a Contributing Cause of the
Labor Market Shortage’: Economist

By Tanya Kaushal (December 22, 2022) Yahoo


What Is Title 42, When Does It End, How Does It
Impact US-Mexico Border? Here's What To Know

By Lauren Villagran (December 21 2022) El Paso Times


150-year Wait To Get A Green Card:
Indian H1B Visa Holders Hold Protest In Silicon Valley

By Ryan General (December 20 2022) Nextshark


Historic Wave of Cuban Migrants Will Have a
Lasting Impact on Florida

By Carmen Sesin (December 16 2022) NBC News


Biden Administration Seeks to Make Citizenship Test
Multiple Choice With Added Material

By Rachel Schilke (December 15 2022) Washington Examiner


Reduced Immigration is Fueling Challenges for Employers
By Abha Bhattarai and Lauren Kaori Gurley
(December 15 2022) Washington Post


Residents With Green Cards Now Have One Less
Hurdle During U.S. Citizenship Process

By Daniel Shoer Roth (December 13 2022) Miami Herold


Business Groups Optimistic Congress May Finally Strike
Immigration Deal

By Shannon Pettypiece , Scott Wong and Julie Tsirkin
(December 10 2022) NBC News


U.S. Expands Deportation Relief To Some 264,000 Haitians
By Ted Hesson (December 5 2022) Reuters


Canada: Why the Country Wants to Bring in
1.5m Immigrants by 2025

By Robin Levinson-King (November 21 2022) BBC


Pressure Mounts in Giant Mexican Migrant Camp
as U.S. Expulsions Ruled Unlawful

By Jackie Botts and Jose Cortes
(November 17 2022) Reuters


Judge Gives U.S. 5 Weeks to End Title 42 Border Expulsions
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez (November 15 2022) CBS


More Americans Live and Work in Mexico,
So What About the Locals?

By Jaylinn Herrera (November 12 2022) NBC


Cuba Agrees to Accept U.S. Deportation Flights as
Border Crossings Rise

By Ted Hesson and Matt Spetalnick
(November 11 2022) Reuters


Migrants Hoping to Seek U.S. Asylum Face
Years-Long Legal Limbo

By Camilo Montoya-Galvez (November 10 2022) CBS


Canada's Coming Immigration Boom Will
Be the Biggest In 60 Years

By Gabriel Friedman (November 9 2022) Financial Post


Americans Move to Mexico at Record Pace
as Remote Work Beckons

By 26 Jose Orozco and Rafael Gayol
(November 4 2022) Bloomberg


U.S. Grants Some Venezuelans Speedy Entry
Under New Program, Sponsors Say

By Ted Hesson and Jackie Botts
November 2 2022) Reuters


Canada Plans Record Immigration Targets Amid Labour Crunch
By Julie Gordon and Anna Mehler Paperny
(November 1 2022) Reuters


Hundreds of Thousands of Immigrants' Legal Status
At Risk After Talks Collapse

By Camilo Montoya-Galvez (October 26 2022) CBS


Ethiopians In The U.S. Granted Protected Status For
18 Months Due To Civil War

By Simone Cherí (October 25 2022) Travel Noire


Tens of Thousands of Migrants Have Cases Thrown
Out of Immigration Court, As Docs Not Filed

By Adam Shaw (October 25 2022) Fox News


US Border Patrol Sends Migrants Places Where
No Help Waits

By CLAUDIA TORRENS and VANESSA A. ALVAREZ
(October 24 2022) Associated Press


Returned to Mexico: 'Traumatic' Expulsions Meant to
Deter Migrants From Re-Entering US

By Lauren Villagran (October 22 2022) El Paso Times


Illegal Border Crossings to US From Mexico
Hit Annual High

By ELLIOT SPAGAT (October 22 2022) AP


Ethiopians in the U.S. Will Be Eligible to Stay for
18 months Due to Civil War

By Hamed Aleaziz (October 21 2022) Los Angeles Times


Venezuelan Migrants Riot at Mexican Immigration Office
By No Author (October 20 2022) The Fresno Bee


US Immigration: Why Indians Are Fleeing Halfway
Around the World

By Bernd Debusmann Jr (October 9 2022) BBC


Mexico Draws Young American Professionals Working Remotely
By Tori B. Powell (September 24 2022) CBS


What Happens Once Migrants Cross the U.S. Border
Seeking Asylum? It’s Complicated

By Isabel Olmos (September 17 2022) Miami Herald


VP Harris’ Border Comments Reveal Mass Amnesty
Remains Top Administration Priority

By Adam Shaw (September 14 2022) Fox News


Boon or Threat? Mexico City Wrestles With Influx of
Remote U.S. Workers

By Alberto Fajardo, Roberto Ramirez and Josue Gonzalez
(September 13 2022) Reuters


Biden Administration Undoes Trump-Era Immigration Rule
By Alejandro Mayorkas (September 8 2022) AP


Smuggling Migrants at the Border Now a Billion-Dollar Business
By No Author (July 25 2022) New York Times


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By Peter Crabb (July 5 2022) Idaho Statesman


The end of ‘Remain in Mexico’ immigration policy uplifts hope?
for immigration advocates but changes little for asylum seekers
at the border, say Chicago-area advocates

By Laura Rodríguez Presa, Dia Gill (June 30 2022) Chicago Tribune


3 In Custody After Officials Find 46 People Dead
In Tractor-Trailer In Texas

By Josh Margolin and Marilyn Heck (June 27 2022) ABC News


U.S. Shelters Received A Record 122,000 Migrant Children In 2021
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez (December 23 2021) CBS


People Smugglers Making México Migration Routes
Into A $5 Billion Business

By Juan Carlos Espinosa (December 22 2021) Fresno Bee


Over And Over Again, Migrants Die While Crossing Mexico.
They Rarely See Justice

By Kate Linthicum, Leila Miller (December 10, 2021) Los Angeles Times


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In Move Away From Detention Centers

By Ted Hesson and Kristina Cooke (March 20 2021) Reuters


Children Are Appearing In Immigration Court Alone As Biden
Administration Faces Pressure From Activists

By Rick Jervis (March 20 2021) USA Today


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By No Author (December 3 2020) Yucatan Times


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By (July 10 2020) Reuters


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By Sarah Hucal (April 18 2020) G.M.A.


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By David Alire Garcia, Editing by Rosalba O'Brien (October 2019) (Reuters)


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By Sophia Yan (March 30 2015) (CNN)


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By Kate Linthicum (March 6, 2015) (Los Angeles Times at MSN)


Latin America's Progress Has Stopped
(February 21 2015) (Economist)


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By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER (February 14 2015) (Associated Press)


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By A.P. (January 15 2015) (Fox News)


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By Carrie Dann (July 16 2013) (NBC News)


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By Erica Werner ( July 2013 ) ( associated press )


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By Erica Werner ( June 2013 ) ( associated Press )


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By Vera H-C Chan (April 2012) (Yahoo)


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