Outbound Immigration and Human Rights
During the Obama administration, agreements were implemented and developed in several Central American countries to accept Central American refugees, largely women and children displaced by gang activity. Meanwhile, the Canadian government has made it easier for certain persons to migrate into Canada at the U.S.-Canada border without needing to return to their home countries. Panelists will discuss alternatives to the United States as the migration destination.
- Substantive and Documentary Criteria for Migration from Within Central America to Costa Rica, Panama, and Nicaragua
- Substantive and Documentary Criteria for Migration to Canada, Including Information on Migration to Canada for Those Already in the United States
- How These and Other Countries Are Profiting from the Constriction in U.S. Immigration Policy
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