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Mexican Deportees Increase in 2009

La Opinin, Posted: Dec 09, 2009

MEXICO CITYAn average of 1,719 undocumented Mexicans were deported each day by the U.S. government in the first 10 months of 2009, reports La Opinin. This figure comes from migration statistics from the Ministry of Interiors most recent reports, and represents an increase of 7.3 percent over the same period in 2008. Baja California received the highest number of deportees, with 206,039.

The statistics only considered Mexicans detained by U.S. immigration authorities and who adhered to the Voluntary Repatriation Program, part of the Memorandum of Understanding on the Safe, Orderly, Dignified and Humane Repatriation of Mexican Nationals, signed by the U.S. and Mexico in February 2004.

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