Migrants moving from Mexico to the United States represent the world's largest migration corridor, and the two countries have a long, complicated history with respect to immigration. Previously a country of emigration, Mexico increasingly has been experiencing new roles: as a country of transmigration and increasingly of settlement. The research here examines Mexico's relationship with its vast diaspora in the United States; the economic, insecurity, and other factors that have led to sizeable emigration; and the country's evolving policymaking with respect to migration.
Find relevant MPI resources on the phenomenon of unaccompanied child migration—from research, articles, and public briefings that analyze the trends and policy developments surrounding the recent uptick in this migration to data on Central American immigrant populations and country profiles of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras—all in one place. Clickhere.