Tag: Venezuelan Migrants
For many, the long journey through the Darien Gap, Central America, and Mexico, with all its dangers and costs, could end up back in Maiquetía, only a couple of years later. Henriquez explains the bureaucratic Darien that migrants face when they get to the US
Ignoring the commitments made in the last Summit of the Americas, the Castillo administration expanded the reasons for deporting Venezuelans. Which are the implications for Latin America?
Even though some can stay in the U.S., the measure leaves out many other migrants in need of regular status. We tell you what it means, and what it doesn’t cover
Some have been stretched out so much that they’ve broken, others are reuniting abroad, and some others have been replaced by community networks. This is how the family is changing in Venezuela
Hiking prices of gas and food in the countries home to our migrants, where the global inflation is already cutting expenses, will compromise the amounts of economic to send to Venezuela
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