Wilson Center (2014).
The arrival at the U.S. border in 2013–14 of tens of thousands of unaccompanied migrant children from Central America is unprecedented. Factors driving them include both longstanding challenges—chronic violence, economic despair, official corruption, and the pull of family reunification—and the myth recently disseminated by greedy traffickers of lenient U.S. immigration policy.
The United States, while taking steps to deter further migration, should also focus intensively on the long term factors.
How to Address Child Migration form Central America. Wilson Center (2014)
|Institución:||Wilson Center (2014)|
|Fecha:||julio 31, 2014|