Situational Report

The Situational Report published and developed by the Regional Office is an infographic that collects and analyzes semiannual key data on migrant populations in the region (North America, Central America and the Caribbean). The SitRep will focus on a graphical representation of the data collected for ease of reference. With this tool, IOM mission staff, donors, government officials and other stakeholders will have a more complete view of the immigration situation in the region.

Human Trafficking 2018 - Central America, Dominican Republic and Mexico. Statistics and Actions.

2018

The Regional Coalition against Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling is the body whose purpose is to adopt and promote regional standards, policies and processes to combat and prevent these crimes and improve care for victims, as well as being a source of advice for countries that require it. Its member countries are Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Dominican Republic and Guatemala. This infographic shows the actions that have been taken against human trafficking at the regional level.

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Migration Trends in Central America, North America and the Caribbean, june 2019

Migration Trends in Central America, North America and the Caribbean, june 2019

2019

Extract: Between 2016-2018, Mexico registered the largest number of people returned to countries in northern Central America. Between January and April of 2019, the trend changed and now the United States is the country with the highest figures.

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Migration Flows Report in Central America, North America and the Caribbean  N°7 (April- June 2018)

Migration Flows Report in Central America, North America and the Caribbean N°7 (April- June 2018)

2018

Extract: Shelter admissions for people from Central America show a general decrease during the first half of 2018 compared to this period of 2017; less in the case of Hondurans who register 12 more refuge admissions. For Salvadorans, the decrease when comparing both periods is 34.2%. In total, there is a 29% drop..

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Migration Flows Report in Central America, North America and the Caribbean N° 6 (January- March 2018)

Migration Flows Report in Central America, North America and the Caribbean N° 6 (January- March 2018)

2018

Extract: In the first quarter of 2018, compared to the same period of 2017, Guatemala reports the highest growth in the number of returned nationals, with an increase of 48%, while Honduras reports an increase of 29%. In the case of El Salvador, on the opposite, there is a 38% decrease, with 3563 fewer returnees. Forced and voluntary returns come mostly from Mexico (54.2%), from the United States (45.7%).

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Reporte de Flujos Migratorios en Mesoamérica N°4 (julio- septiembre, 2017)

Migration flows Report in Mesoamerica N°4 (july- september, 2017)

2017

Extract: According to immigration statistics registered by Mexican authorities, for the quarter from July to September 2017, there was a 25.7% increase in the number of presentations of Central American migrants to Mexican immigration authorities, compared to the previous quarter.

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Migration flows Report in Mesoamerica N°3 (April - June 2017)

Migration flows Report in Mesoamerica N°3 (April - June 2017)

2017

Extract: According to data on Central American migrants presented to Mexican immigration authorities reported by the Migration Policy Unit of the Ministry of the Interior of Mexico, it is evident that the trend of decreasing presentation events of Central American migrants in Mexico, observed in January- March continues during this second quarter, registering a 13.24% decrease in events compared to those recorded during the first quarter of the year.

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