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Ellis Island in reverse: Where deportees go when they get home to Guatemala

GUATEMALA CITY — On the edge of the airport here is a one-story structure, the first stop for tens of thousands of migrants sent back from the United States. It's like a reverse Ellis Island.

Nicaraguan migrants don’t follow other Central Americans to US, choosing Costa Rica instead

Despite being the second poorest country in the Americas after Haiti, Nicaragua is not counted among other Central American countries sending thousands of immigrants to the U.S. Instead of traveling north, Nicaraguans have been going south to Costa Rica in search of economic opportunity.

Civil rights groups sue to bar expedited deportations of Central American families

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Civil rights groups filed a lawsuit Friday asking a federal court to stop the Obama administration from expediting the deportations of Central American immigrant families being held in a New Mexico detention center.

5 cases of human trafficking under investigation in Costa Rica this year, says Immigration Administration director

Sexual and labor exploitation are the top two drivers of human trafficking in Costa Rica this year, but organ trafficking continues to concern authorities, according to Immigration Administration Director Kathya Rodriguez.

‘Writing was on the wall’ for child immigrant crisis, says new study

WASHINGTON, D.C. – A new study on the child migrant crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border published by the Inter-American Dialogue states that the ongoing crisis – while dominating headlines recently – isn’t something that should have taken us by surprise.

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