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More than 100 Haitian migrants arrive in Campeche

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San Francisco de Campeche, (December 07, 2021).- The National Institute of Migration (INM) of Chiapas channeled another hundred migrants from Haiti who have passed through the border between Guatemala and Belize to Mexican territory driven by the need to find a better way of life than the one they have in their countries of origin. In Campeche, the INM will put in order the migratory papers of the refugees so that they can move around the country.

The immigration offices on the perimeter of the Federal Palace look full with people filling out forms and being interviewed by staff of the agency in order to comply with the regularization protocols of their documents and stay legally in the country.

First, it was the Sports Dome of the Sports Institute of the State of Campeche (Indecam), now they installed 100 more migrants in the sports complex of the Concordia housing unit, where they were assigned mats, blankets, water and food so that they could spend a few days in which they begin to generate money for various trades that they can offer to the Campeche citizens.

Some more, who already have documents, are on the streets asking citizens and tourists for financial help, with official migrant identification and luggage on their backs, they ask for some money to help them get extra food and water, because their goal is to cross the border into the United States and fulfill their dreams of a better life.

The documents that are being arranged for the migrants so that they can stay for one year without the need to request naturalization, and if one year goes by and they do not fix their papers in a definitive way, the INM will proceed to the deportation of origin to those who remain in Campeche territory, for this reason they are urged to decide what their future plan will be.

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