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immigrantconnect.medill.northwestern.edu/blog/2017/03/16/why-do-so-many-mexican...

Why do so many Mexican immigrants come to the United States? by Jack Doppelt ... Coleman calls her situation a “forced migration,” because Arellano did not want to leave her home and come to the United States, but she felt like she had no choice. ... not a large number of asylum cases get approved from Mexico. In 2015, the total number of ...

www.reference.com/government-politics/mexicans-come-america-a66428278461bbc

Although many Mexicans consider life in the U.S. better, not all have the financial means to leave their home country. Additionally, issues such as legal authorization and family roots compel a large number of Mexicans to remain in Mexico. Some Mexicans move to the U.S. without authorization, while others arrive as legal immigrants.

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081213183527AAdhSOq

"Why SOME mexicans want to leave Mexico?" That would be the correct question. They expect to find better life or get some extra money; most of them only want to go to USA to earn some money and come back. Actually, the rate of mexicans leaving Mexico is decresing right now.

www.quora.com/Is-Mexico-a-bad-place-to-live-Why-do-so-many-Mexicans-want-to-leave

Well there are 120 million Mexicans…. and some of them are poor and not educated enough … and yes, the economy, does not produce enough opportunities for everyone. Credit is not cheap here… so you cannot live well with minimal wage. Every country ...

www.usatoday.com/story/news/2018/06/25/immigrant-family-separation-why-flee...

Why do they risk their lives and the possibility of being separated from family? ... Along California-Mexico border, more Mexicans fleeing violence seek ... You may also want to view these photo ...

www.pri.org/stories/2017-01-18/more-mexicans-are-crossing-border-leave-us-here...

More Mexicans are crossing the border — to leave the US. ... His parents crossed the desert to come to America from Mexico. In 2015, they decided to leave their sons in Memphis and return to ...

www.huffpost.com/entry/immigration-latin-america_n_5168356

One of the things that prompted millions of low-wage workers to abandon Mexico over the last two decades was the signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement in 1994. With NAFTA, cheap imports, particularly agricultural products, flooded the Mexican market, leaving farmers and other low-skilled workers without jobs.

www.theguardian.com/world/2018/apr/05/view-inside-mexico-migrant-caravan-trump...

A Central American man taking part in the ‘Migrant Via Crucis’ caravan, which travels the length of Mexico to the US and often raises awareness of the plight of migrants. Photograph: Victoria ...

geographyas.info/population/mexico-to-usa-migration

Mexican migrants often take low paying, menial jobs, which, while low paying, offer higher wages than what they’d earn in Mexico. This was, at first, advantageous, as many Americans did not want these low paying jobs but companies needed people to fill these jobs.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emigration_from_Mexico

Emigration from Mexico is the movement of people from Mexico to other countries. The top destination by far is the United States, by a factor of over 150 to 1 compared to the second most popular destination, Canada.