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Shift in Guatemala’s leadership spurs fresh focus from US on migration

The Hill 07 Apr 2024
Guatemala’s demographics and geography make it a key player for the U.S ... “Guatemala is interested in increasing the temporary worker visa opportunities for Guatemalans who are interested in working in the U.S.,” its ministry said in a statement.
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Mexico probing the deaths of eight Chinese migrants

Taipei Times 01 Apr 2024
Tapachula, on the border with Guatemala, is where many migrants depart from hoping to get to the US. The difficulty of obtaining visas for the US and the economic after-shocks of COVID-19 lockdowns ...
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Mexican authorities investigate death of eight Chinese migrants

The News International 01 Apr 2024
Tapachula, on the border with Guatemala, is where many migrants hoping to get to the United States depart. The difficulty of obtaining visas for the United States and the economic after-shocks of Covid ...
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Trump calls his globe-trotting ex-diplomat ‘my envoy.’ Neither is in office

Detroit news 28 Mar 2024
In December, the State Department restricted the visas of nearly 300 individuals in Guatemala, including 100 lawmakers, it said were trying to undermine the rule of law ... Grenell was in Guatemala City by Jan ... Embassy in Guatemala about his concerns.
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Son shares horror of watching his dad murder Manchester couple 46 years ago

Metro UK 25 Feb 2024
The next day, Duane told the couple he was going to drop them off in a fishing village called Livingston in Guatemala ... A letter arrived after the couple’s bodies were found on July 8, 1978, floating off the coast of Punta de Manabique in Guatemala.
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Son who watched his father brutally kill Manchester couple 46 years ago details the chilling...

The Daily Mail 25 Feb 2024
The next day, Duane told the couple he was going to drop them off in a fishing village called Livingston in Guatemala ... needed visas and he would get them to their destination when they came through.
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Desperate CBP agents in Vermont on northern border are offering $20k bonuses and $100k salaries to...

The Daily Mail 20 Feb 2024
There were 1,630 crossings by Indian nationals, 753 by Venezuelans and 443 from Guatemala. Mexico is on Canada's list of visa-exempt countries, meaning Mexican nationals can easily travel there ...
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Latin Americans spend 25 days per year commuting, study shows

La Prensa Latina 08 Feb 2024
Mexico City, Feb 8 (EFE).- Latin Americans spend an average of 92 minutes a day commuting, equivalent to 25 days a year, according to data from the study “Unlocking the power of urban mobility in Latin America and the Caribbean,” published by Visa.
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Indians risk illegal ‘donkey’ migration to chase American Dream

Philenews 08 Feb 2024
People traffickers often take migrants from New Delhi and Mumbai to the United Arab Emirates on tourist visas ... But the visa backlogs seen in recent years may have spurred some would-be migrants to take the “donkey” route instead.
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The OTHER border crisis: New Jersey-based smuggling gang run by illegal immigrants has helped dozens...

The Daily Mail 04 Feb 2024
Border Patrol Agent James Loomis, an intelligence specialist, described in an affidavit how Bran-Galvez 'claimed to be a citizen of Guatemala without legal status in the United States' ... from Guatemala.
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EU imposes sanctions on Guatemala officials for role in attempted coup

Jurist 03 Feb 2024
The European Union (EU) on Friday imposed sanctions against five individuals from Guatemala that “undermine democracy, the rule of law or the peaceful transfer of power in Guatemala” according to a press release by the Council of the EU.
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Kansas city says it WANTS migrants to move there with $15,000

The Daily Mail 01 Feb 2024
'Hello, what if I live in Guatemala, I'm a psychologist and I have a tourist visa, but I would like to apply to live in Topeka, can I do the paperwork?' one asked.
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Caravan of 1,500 migrants heading toward US border

The Bryan Eagle 27 Jan 2024
The migrants, most from Central and South America, said they had grown tired of waiting in Mexico's southern city of Tapachula, near the Guatemala border ... The migrants wanted transit or exit visas allowing them to take buses or trains to the U.S.
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A new, smaller caravan of about 1,500 migrants sets out walking north from southern Mexico

Wtop 26 Jan 2024
The migrants, most from Central and South America, said they had grown tired of waiting in Mexico’s southern city of Tapachula, near the Guatemala border ... The migrants wanted transit or exit visas allowing them to take buses or trains to the U.S.
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