CORRECTION Mexico Immigration

CORRECTION Mexico Immigration

CORRECTS SPELLING OF VILLALTA - Benjamin Villalta, prays with a group of fellow Nicaraguan migrants who walked together in the recent caravan, before traveling to the city of Mexicali from Monterrey, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico, Nov. 29, 2021, after obtaining their visitor's card for humanitarian reasons, which allows them to stay and move legally in Mexico for a year. The Mexican government has recently opted for a new strategy to relieve pressure on Tapachula, the city on its southern border with Guatemala where tens of thousands of migrants accumulate, and to deactivate the caravans that have emerged in recent months: grant humanitarian visas and offer transfers to other states. (AP Photo/Felix Marquez)

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November 29, 2021 08:34:59 PM
December 03, 2021 05:37:14 PM
Felix Marquez
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
CORRECTS SPELLING OF VILLALTA
6720 x 4480 6.36 MB
Social affairs, Social issues, Immigration, Government and politics
Monterrey, MEXICO
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