Izcara Palacios, Simón Pedro
October 2015
Latin American Research Review;2015, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p49
Academic Journal
This article discusses the prevalence of immigrants from Central America to the United States via Mexico. The author comments on the difficulties and dangers of crossing the Mexican-American border region and analyzes the costs associated with such immigration patterns. He also considers the financial support provided by the immigrants' employers.


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