Our Allies

Our Allies The Migratón® would not be possible without our hemispheric allies. People-Powered by People with Power.™ Main Partner: Secretaría Desgobernación — Instituto Nacional de Inmigrantes Sponsors: Asociación de Polleros Organizados S.A. (A.P.O.L.LO.) Banco Azterca Barriga-Gold Best International Association (BESTIA) Brigadas sin Retorno Cámara Nacional de Centros de Entretenimientos para Adultos Cámara Nacional de Extorsionadores…

Our Mission

Our Mission The migration of Central Americans to Mexico has turned into a catastrophe of unimaginable dimensions. And it increases every day. Even though Mexico has returned hundreds of thousands of people to their countries of origin, the flow of migrants trying to cross our territory to the United States continues to grow. Many of…

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Do Central American migrants exist? Yes, despite their invisibility in the media and in the conscience of Mexican citizens, migrants do exist. Every year, 500,000 Central Americans in an irregular situation – mostly from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras – cross the southern border of our country to try to reach…

Preliminary Programs of Migratón Kids™

Programs of Migratón Kids™ 1. LABOR OF LOVE By law, no underage migrant can be detained in Mexico. However, during 2016, more than 40,000 children were detained in the centers of the National Institute of Migration (INM) because the government is unable to guarantee free transit through Mexico now that the phenomenon of migrant children…

MIGRATÓN KIDS™

MIGRATÓN KIDS™ Migrant children should not travel alone because they can face risks. It is necessary to raise funds for responsible accompaniment. New transfer units and accommodation centers are also necessary to allow mobility and safeguarding of the children that cross into our territory. Even when traveling with their families, it is often necessary to…