Hundreds of Migrants Expelled From U.S. to Mexico Are Now Stuck in Limbo in Guatemala

Hundreds of Migrants Expelled From U.S. to Mexico Are Now Stuck in Limbo in Guatemala

Hundreds of migrants expelled from the U.S. under pandemic-related restrictions and were flown to Mexico are now stranded in a border town in Guatemala.
President Joe Biden's Administration to Expand Program Allowing Central American Minors into U.S.

President Joe Biden's Administration to Expand Program Allowing Central American Minors Into the U.S.

Preside Joe Biden's administration announced the expansion of a program that would allow more Central American migrants into the U.S.
Kamala Harris Taps Microsoft, Mastercard and Other Private Firms to Promote Economic Opportunity in Central America

Kamala Harris Taps Microsoft, Mastercard and Other Private Firms to Promote Economic Opportunity in Central America

Vice President Kamala Harris teamed up with some firms, including Microsoft and Mastercard, in an effort to lower the migration from Central America to the U.S.
5 El Salvador Officials, Listed Corrupt by States Department

5 El Salvador President's Allies Listed Corrupt by the U.S. States Department

Five El Salvador officials were included in the State Department's list of alleged corrupt Central America public servants.
President Biden And Vice President Harris Meet With Cabinet Members And Immigration Advisors

President Biden Push Policies Fueling Desperate Migration On US Borders

A new article examines President Biden's latest moves and policies regarding immigrants flocking to its southern border - and whether it boosts or actually slows down immigration.
Biden Tells Migrants 'Don't Come' as U.S. Faces Biggest Migrant Surge in 20 Years

Biden Tells Migrants 'Don't Come' as U.S. Faces Biggest Migrant Surge in 20 Years

Amid a surge of migrants at the southern border, President Joe Biden urged future migrants not to come to the United States.
Migrants, part of a caravan of thousands trying to reach the U.S., gather at the border fence between Mexico and the United States after arriving in Tijuana, Mexico November 13, 2018.

Cocaine Fuels Migration Crisis As Asylum Seekers Flee Dangerous Countries

The United States is facing a massive surge of migrants along its borders.
 Caye Caulker, Belize

Top 10 Affordable Beach Towns in the Caribbean

Tulum, Mexico is the best and most affordable beach town and is one of the top culinary towns in the country.
Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador

Mexico to Receive Billions in Aid From U.S. to Help Solve Immigration Issues

The United States government is planning to give Mexico billions of dollars to help thwart illegal immigration. Will the new Mexican President make the best of it?
Zika Virus Expert Urges Action in Venezuela; Denmark Confirms New Case

Zika Virus Expert Urges Action in Venezuela=

The Zika outbreak continues to cause concern around the globe, as an expert decried the lack of information on the virus available in Venezuela. Meanwhile, a Danish hospital confirmed that a tourist had been infected with the disease after visiting southern and central America.
6 Killed in Year's 1st Massacre in Honduras

6 Killed in Year's First Massacre in Honduras

A mass killing in the central Honduran city of Comayagua left at least six people dead on Jan. 9, and the authorities believe the massacre is probably drug-related.
New Poll: 89 Percent Of Latino Voters Support President's Immigration Relief Action

Central America's 'Instability' Puts U.S, Neighbors at Risk of Continued Illegal Migration.

The Obama administration has proposed pledging $1 billion to address the issues in Central America, specifically the region's security and governance.
Obama Meets With Leaders Of Honduras, Guatemala And El Salvador At White House

Mexico, Central America Leaders Seek Permanent Law From Congress on Immigration Reform, Praise Obama

President Obama's immigration reform plan will ease the deportation for nearly 5 million immigrants who are in the U.S. without legal documents, and Mexico and Central American leaders have weighed in with praise for his reforms.
Central America

Hispanic Heritage Month 2014: Central America Independence Day, 193 Years Later as 5 Countries Continue to Improve Future

With a declaration by Central American Criollos on Sept. 15, 1821, five countries announced their independence from Spain. The date would later signify the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month in the U.S.

Madonna's 'La Isla Bonita' a Fitting Tribute to Belize and the Beauty of San Pedro

After a recent trip to the Central American country of Belize and its beautiful island of San Pedro on Ambergris Caye, I know what Madonna meant when she sang, "last night I dreamt of San Pedro ... tropical the island breeze, all the nature wild and free, this is where I long to be, La Isla Bonita."

UN Officials Explain How Unaccompanied Central American Minors Can Receive Refugee Status, Avoid Immediate Deportation

Officials from the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees have explained their stance on the influx of Central American children illegally crossing the border into the U.S. illegally. In an interview this week, officials said that they want the U.S. and Mexico to treat the children as refugees. This means that the children would be protected internationally rather than being immediately deported to their home country.
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