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20 Cuban immigrants detained in a hotel in Mexico

The National Migration Institute of Mexico (INM) detained 20 Cubans who were part of a group of 39 illegal immigrants who were taking refuge in a hotel in the state of San Luis Potosí.

In an official statement, the Mexican government indicated that the group was made up of 20 people who came from Cuba; four from Honduras, two from Venezuela, two from Colombia, eight from Georgia, one from the Dominican Republic and two from Tajikistan. Three are members of a family nucleus, there were eight women and 28 adult men.

The Cubans were in Mexico illegally in order to reach the United States. In April, a record number of 34,821 immigrants from Cuba who crossed the Mexican border with its northern neighbor was reported.

The alarming data, on the rise since the announcement of a more flexible immigration policy than that imposed by his predecessor, Donald Trump, put the administration of President Joe Biden before one of the largest exoduses from Cuba in six decades.

In Mexico, arrests of irregular immigrants who seek access to North American soil are becoming more and more frequent. At the beginning of May, hundreds of Cuban migrants and those of other nationalities were intercepted in different regions. The largest operation took place in Veracruz and 310 people were arrested.

Many immigrants are deported to Cuba and others spend months held in INM centers such as the migration prison in Piedras Negras, Coahuila, waiting for their status in the country to be resolved.

In April a group of 47 Cuban immigrants were repatriated from the Aztec country. It was the 15th air deportation operation in 2022. During this year, the Mexican government has returned more than 975 Cubans who were detained as illegal immigrants after arriving in Mexico from other countries.

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José Martí
José Martí
Nacionalista cubano, poeta, filósofo, ensayista, periodista, traductor, profesor y editor.

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