The majority of nationals are from states such as Guerrero, Oaxaca, Michoacán, Guanajuato, Chiapas, Veracruz, Puebla, State of Mexico, Jalisco and Chihuahua
The National Migration Institute (INM) reported that, from December 2018 to November 2019, it has a record of 207,741 Mexican people repatriated from the United States and Canada, of which about 95% have basic, middle or higher schooling and 99% have work experience.
By academic degree, 44.46% of the nationals and informed the immigration authority, have finished high school; 28.88%, primary; 13.39%, high school, technical or commercial studies; 7.54%, know how to read and write; 1.24%, bachelor’s degree, and 0.04% have a master’s degree or higher degree.
Only, 4.43% said they do not have any academic instruction.
With regard to work experience or occupation, 45.68% reported being professionals; 19.82%, chefs; 16%, of the service area; 11.76%, have another trade, and 3.78%, engage in agriculture.
Similarly, 2.83% said they have skills in the area of maintenance, construction, electricity, blacksmithing, and welding.
It should be noted that only 0.12% of nationals received did not specify such information related to work experience or occupation.
The repatriated minors add up to 1,2061, while 195,680 are over 18 years of age.
The foregoing, since those repatriated from 30 to 50 years, are 97,558 cases, followed by the range of 18 to 29 years, with 89,065; from 12 to 17 years old, 10,843; over 50 years old, 9,057, and from zero to 11 years old, 1,218.
Of the 32 entities in the country, the 10 states with the highest number of returnees are: Guerrero with 22,176; Oaxaca with 19,340; Michoacán, 17,848; Guanajuato, 14,221; Chiapas, 12,652 ; Veracruz, 12,243; Puebla, 12,175; State of Mexico, 11.46; Jalisco, 8,930, and Chihuahua, 7,199.
In 2019, 505,000 immigration procedures were processed
Some actions carried out by the INM in 2019, in favor of national and foreign migrants were:
By the end of the year, you will have received 505,000 immigration procedures; record number in the last five years. Since 2014, it has served 2 million 284,719 migrants in the INM windows.
He has issued 75,356 Regional Visitor cards; 9,704 of Visitor Border Worker, and 42,447 of Visitor for Humanitarian Reasons.
Invested 336 million pesos, for the rehabilitation of migratory rooms and stations.
He installed, together with federal and municipal authorities, macro tents and collection domes in the border area of the city of Matamoros, Tamaulipas, in order to provide a covered space with services for up to 1,600 national and foreign migrant people.
With the support of ANUIES, it will establish a comprehensive training and professionalization plan for Institute officials, to provide greater and better care and service to the migrant population.
He has trained 250 public servants of the Institute in the area of Legality and Human Rights, and 441 officials of the 32 Representation Offices and Central Offices on torture prevention.
He gave, with national and international instances, a specialization program aimed at Child Protection Officers (IPOs) of 14 entities in the country, for specialized attention to migrant children and adolescents.
For offering useful information to the population, through the Country Program, it received, for the third consecutive year, the Recognition of Proactive Transparency Practices, by the INAI and the SFP .
Source: infobae.com, capitalmexicano.com
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