The migrant caravan that left Tapachula fears repression at any moment | Univision Immigration News

Sujey de la Cruz García González is tired, but says she has enough strength left to keep going until she reaches the Mexican capital. “I waited four months in Tapachula and my papers were not resolved,” he tells Univision Noticias. “I come with my 9-year-old girl, another 16-year-old and a 9-month-old granddaughter and another niece. … Read more

In southern Mexico, Tapachula, a “prison town” for migrants

Migrants from Haiti, in Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico, September 16, 2021. EDGARD GARRIDO / REUTERS It was on an old cardboard that Ernst Cadet, a 34-year-old Haitian, spent the night, right next to the Refugee Assistance Commission (Comar) of Tapachula, city of Chiapas, in southern Mexico, backed by at the Guatemalan border. “I have been stuck … Read more

Without fear, a fourth massive migrant caravan leaves Tapachula | Univision Immigration News

The large group of about 500 migrants, made up mostly of families with children from Central and South America and the Caribbean, left that city on the border between Mexico and Guatemala, to try to reach the north of Mexico and then go to the United States. Neither the fear of facing the same fate … Read more