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Mexico at a Crossroads Once More: Emigration Levels Off as Transit Migration and Immigration Rise

Mexico at a Crossroads Once More: Emigration Levels Off as Transit Migration and Immigration Rise

Mexico is the source of the world’s second-largest migrant population. In recent years the country has found itself at an unexpected crossroads: Managing the transit of growing numbers of asylum seekers and other migrants headed to the United States. Meanwhile, the Mexican-born population in the United States has declined significantly since 2010. This article provides an overview of the major trends and policies.