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Haitian migrants stuck in southern Mexican city ask for asylum

Press TV 02 Dec 2021
Mexican officials began moving hundreds of migrants to other states of the country last week after they endured lengthy waits for asylum and visa requests in Tapachula. Thousands of migrants mostly from Haiti, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador are stuck in limbo in Tapachulu and ...
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Too good to be true? Caravan dissolves as Mexico promises work visas, relocation to migrants

Hot Air 27 Nov 2021
The migrants accepted an offer from the Mexican government of visas in exchange for quitting the caravan ... Another caravan was already ready to leave Tapachula, a city on the border with Guatemala used by migrants to move through Mexico ... Reuters now reports that a new caravan formed on Friday in the state of Chiapas, near the Guatemala border.
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Claims Arise That U.S. Government Fosters Leftist Revolution in Central America

The Washington Informer 25 Nov 2021
is using foreign aid and a “leftist agenda” to subsidize “instability and economic misery” in Guatemala, said Guatemalan analyst Luis Figueroa and ex-pat American businessman Steve Hecht ... visa to Porras, who has not been charged with any crime in either Guatemala or the U.S ... is taking sides in an internal right–left fight in Guatemala.
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The world in brief: Docking module on way to space station; Syria says Israeli missiles killed 2 people

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 25 Nov 2021
... migrants who had started walking north have agreed to be separated and taken by bus to several cities to apply for humanitarian visas ... Migrants have grown tired of the long delay in granting visas in Tapachula, near the Guatemala border, where many say they can't find work.
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Mexico breaks up second migrant march

Seattle PI 24 Nov 2021
Migrants have grown tired of the long delay in granting visas in Tapachula, near the Guatemala border, where many say they can’t find work ... Activists claim that even migrants who have received humanitarian visas that are supposed to allow them to travel in Mexico have been detained by immigration agents and sent back to Tapachula.
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Caravan migrants accept Mexico visa deal to disperse

Gulf Daily News 24 Nov 2021
Thousands of migrants in southern Mexico have accepted a government offer to quit a US-bound caravan in exchange for Mexican visas, officials said on Tuesday night ... caravan is already about to depart from Tapachula, a major migrant massing point close to the border with Guatemala.
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Migrant caravan bound for U.S accepts Mexican visa deal to disperse

Hong Kong Standard 24 Nov 2021
Thousands of migrants in southern Mexico have accepted a government offer to quit a U.S.-bound caravan in exchange for Mexican visas, officials said on Tuesday night.  ... Tapachula, a major migrant massing point close to the border with Guatemala. .
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Cubans trying to reach US southern border get new shortcut through Nicaragua

Finger Lakes Times 23 Nov 2021
after Nicaragua lifted visa requirements for citizens of the communist island ... Strict visa requirements across the region mean that many Cubans have to contract people smugglers and start their journey deep within South America ... From there, they traverse Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico to get to the U.S.
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Haitian migrants in southern Mexico press officials to let them move freely

Reuters 23 Nov 2021
Thousands of people have also remained in Tapachula, close to the Guatemala border, where they are applying for refugee status and hope to receive visas to let them transit the country.Register now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com ... Migrants typically request asylum as a first step to receive a visa letting them travel freely within Mexico.
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Ecuador Smuggling Rings See Windfall in Migrants

InSight Crime 19 Nov 2021
In response to the spike in irregular migration by Ecuadoreans, Mexico and Guatemala have required that the country's citizens obtain tourist visas ... In addition, Ecuador’s permissive visa laws make it attractive to migrants of other nationalities seeking to reach the US through migratory routes in South and Central American countries.
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Island Caf� & Grill in Hyannis cooks up authentic Jamaican cuisine, inspires local award

Cape Cod Times 11 Nov 2021
Courage leads to a 'proud moment' ... seasonal H-2B visa program for nonagricultural work. Until 2015, the initiative, according to the National Immigration Forum, brought H-2B visa holders to the U.S. from Mexico, Jamaica, Guatemala and the Philippines to work in the hospitality field, but also in nursing, masonry, construction and landscaping ... .
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Court filings: Maduro ally met with US prior to arrest

The Berkshire Eagle 11 Nov 2021
MIAMI (AP) — A businessman accused of siphoning off millions in state contracts from Venezuela met secretly with U.S ... attorneys from prying eyes in Venezuela.” ... officials redacted ... The U.S ... sanctions ... U.S ... Saab initially hired Bagley to help get a student visa for his son and later sought his advice on investments in Guatemala, according to prosecutors.
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Maduro ally reportedly met with US officials before arrest

East Bay Times 10 Nov 2021
By Joshua Goodman . Associated Press. MIAMI — A businessman accused of siphoning off millions in state contracts from Venezuela met secretly with U.S ... attorneys from prying eyes in Venezuela.” ... U.S ... Saab initially hired Bagley to help get a student visa for his son and later sought his advice on investments in Guatemala, according to prosecutors ... .
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2,000 migrants continue trek through southern Mexico

Federal News Radio 26 Oct 2021
The migrants set out early Saturday from Tapachula, near the Guatemala border, where thousands of migrants have spent months waiting for asylum applications or other visas that would allow them to transit Mexico ... border ... Insight by Carahsoft ... Large efforts that started in Honduras have been broken up by authorities in Guatemala before reaching Mexico.
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