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Migrants flowing through is likely Costa Rica’s new normal, minister says

The Tico Times sat down with Communications Minister Mauricio Herrera to talk about how the government is approaching the latest wave of unauthorized immigration, which included more than 1,400 people in May.

Panama to send 3,800 US-bound Cubans to Mexico

Panama reached a deal to transfer nearly 4,000 U.S.-bound Cubans stranded on its territory to Mexico and announced Monday that the country would close its southern border with Colombia to Cubans without visas.

Cuban migrants storm Costa Rica-Panama border demanding to pass

President Luis Guillermo Solís, migration and security officials met at Casa Presidencial Wednesday for an emergency meeting following the border protest involving Cuban migrants.

Costa Rica pushes greater regional cooperation on Cuban, African migration

Foreign Minister Manuel González said illegal immigration requires “structural solutions," including a change in U.S. immigration policy that incentivizes Cuban immigration.

Costa Rica doubles police presence at Panama border to curb illegal immigration

The Public Security Ministry is doubling the number of officers patrolling the southern border with Panama.

Yes, my family had to flee Cuba. But staying mad about it doesn’t achieve anything.

My parents were chemical engineers in Cuba; they met while working in the pharmaceutical industry. I was born on Aug. 14, 1990, a day after Fidel Castro turned 64. Mami extended her labor so I wouldn't share a birthday with our country's revolutionary leader.

Cuban migrants continue arriving as Costa Rica declares ‘mission accomplished’

A week after Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís saw off one of the last flights of the Cuban migrant airlift, hundreds more Cuban migrants mass again at the southern border with Panama.

Costa Rica winds down humanitarian mission for Cuban migrants with presidential send-off

As Costa Rica’s president bids farewell to one of the last groups of Cubans stranded here for months, many who are leaving say more islanders will follow.

First Cuban airlift direct to Mexico takes off amid controversy over airfare

Costa Rica vehemently denied rumors in Cuban migrant camps that the government was involved in a price-fixing scheme to increase the price of the tickets.

US, Cuba discuss human trafficking as migrant numbers surge

The U.S. and Cuba held talks this week on human smuggling amid a surge in Cuban immigrants trying to reach the United States, the State Department said Friday.

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