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The New York Times, on Tuesday, reported that more than 300,000 migrants reached Mexico this year alone by boat; about 75 percent arrived in the southern state of Tamaulipas.
The Times explained the influx to the readers:
Mexican authorities said this month that migrants are heading toward the United States with the express purpo용인안마se of seeking asylum, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the situation. Many are fleeing violent conflict in southern Mexico, and many are young men who have tried to break away from abusive families. A huge increase in the numbers of migrants reaching the United States comes from the north, where the cartels have created what the government calls a “humanitarian crisis.”
This is the fourth year that the U.S. State Department has estimated that there are more than 2 million migrants reaching the U.S. border alone, according to the Washington Post.
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A record 3.9 million people sought sanctuary from dangerous journeys to the U.S. by sea in 2012 – an increase of nearly 60 percent from the previous year. Some of the more than 3 million are undocumented, according to the U.S. State Department.
As Breitbart Texas reported on Monday, Mexican authorities say that the number of border crossers has reached as high as 1.1 million in 2014 alone.
“The number of migrants making the sea journey up north to the U.S. is now one and a half times greater than the number making the journey from the Mexican mainland,” Mexican government s바카라 사이트pokesman Hector Balderas told Reuters.
The migration to the United States continues despite President Obama’s vow to get tough on illegal immigration.
While President Obama pledged to do more about illegal immigration, the U.S. government instead deported hundreds of thousands of Mexican immigrants, often with little trouble.
In fact, illegal immigration has been growing as long as the U.S. administration has been in power. According to a study by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), which is affiliated with Georgetown University, in the early 2000s, the U.S. deported about 1.6 million unauthorized immigrants.
Then, from January 2008 through January 2009, the number of illegal immigrants admitted in the country dropped 33 percent from 1.2 million admitted at that time down to 526,000 in 2013.
By June 2014, the number of deported Mexican immigrants in th