Agencia EFEFebruary 7, 2014 16:30
Washington, Feb 7 (EFE).- Central American migrants who set out from their countries intending to reach the United States have begun to settle in Mexico, indicating a new migratory phenomenon, experts say.
"This is new," Gustavo Mohar Betancourt, Mexico's former undersecretary of Population, Migration, and Religious Affairs, told Efe.
"We notice they are settling in central Mexican cities like Guadalajara, Aguascalientes and Queretaro. On the border there are more and more (Central American migrants) in Tijuana," Mohar, now a private consultant, said.