Category: Border Crossing

20,000 vacancies available for migrants in northern border

MEXICO – There is labor deficit in the north of the country, with at least 20,000 vacancies in the manufacturing industry, which would go to migrants, and as a second option they would be offered employment in agricultural fields, said the...

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Ciudad Juárez assigns CURP to migrants

CIUDAD JUAREZ – The National Institute of Migration (INM) began assigning Unique Codes of Population Registration (CURP) to migrants who are in Ciudad Juárez waiting for the response of the United States government to their request for political...

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Economy improves in Mexico’s border entities

BAJA CALIFORNIA – The economy of Baja California and the north of the country has been the one that has obtained the best results, according to the president of Colegio de Economistas del Estado, Domingo Ramos Medina The specialist indicated...

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Precos delays goods exports

CHIHUAHUA – The Highway Checkpoint (Precos) that the army installed at kilometer 56 of the Chihuahua-Juárez highway, already began to cause losses in the industry by delays of two to three hours in cargo vehicles, according to the president of...

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Mexico approves the USMCA

MEXICO CITY – The Senate of the Republic in extraordinary session ratified the USMCA agreement, with 114 votes in favor, 4 against and 3 abstentions The ratification of the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA) by the Mexican Senate...

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Juarez and Chihuahua have prominent employment rates

Juarez and Chihuahua are expected to continue ranking on the top positions of new employment in Mexico, with growth rates of 18% and 16% respectively According to Alfredo Ruiz, representative from Manpower, both municipalities lost one point in...

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Uber now takes riders from San Diego to Mexico

Uber has launched its first cross-border service, offering one-way transportation from San Diego across the San Ysidro border to anywhere in the northern Baja California region, extending as far south as Ensenada and as far east as Mexicali ...

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What Lies Beneath

 What Lies Beneath Investigating Arizona’s illicit subterranean passageways with Border Patrol’s Tunnel Team By Jason McCammack, CBP   When Supervisory Border Patrol Agent Thomas Pittman began investigating the drainage systems beneath...

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CBP’s Eyes in the Sky

CBP’s tethered aerostats keep watch for trouble from 10,000 feet     Eyes in the sky stretch over the southern US border at 10,000 feet, from Yuma, Arizona, to Lajas, Puerto Rico Eight special blimps that are part of the Tethered Aerostat...

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