National Institute of Migration will impose legal requirements on caravans of Honduras



Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas.- The National institute for migration (INM) warned that it is the entrance to Mexico from the migrant caravan that has started San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on October 13 and aims to reach Mexico and the United States.

The institution expected to arrive at the points of internment of the southern border of Mexico, the migration staff will check whether the law meets the requirements and those who do not comply "They will not be allowed in."

He assured that the government has "facilitation" and international protection measures that "use thousands of Central Americans every year", but the law does not provide any permission to enter Mexico without meeting the requirements and then go to a third country .

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The federal police commissioner arrived in Tapachula to ensure safety in the international crossing of the southern border; The SRE indicated that migrants who intend to enter the country must do so in accordance with current legislation

Manelich Castilla arrives in Chiapas for the advance of the caravan of HonduransManelich Castilla arrives in Chiapas for the advance of the caravan of Hondurans

In a statement the INM reiterated its commitment to respect the human rights of migrants as a central policy of government work.

According to security sources, the Mexican authorities asked the foreigners not to be fooled and avoid legal problems relating to entering the country.

They indicated that those wishing to enter Mexico should go to the consulates of their country of origin to settle in the national territory to comply with legal documents.

round two thousand Hondurans They left their country to arrive in Mexico and join the United States.

The group that fled the poverty and the violence of the gangs, this Monday was detained by the national police of Guatemala.

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A caravan of Honduran migrants went overland from the city of San Pedro Sula, in the north of Honduras, to the United States with the dream of living in American soil or being isolated in Mexican territory

SRE and Segob urge migrants to have a visa to enter Mexico SRE and Segob urge migrants to have a visa to enter Mexico

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