Mexico City.- In the last six months, the National Migration Institute (INM) of the Ministry of the Interior has received and assisted 138 thousand 83 nationals repatriated, mainly from the United States. That figure represents 17 thousand 473 Mexican people more than the number registered in the same period of 2021. Of the total, 124 thousand 811 are adults and 13 thousand 272 minors.
Regarding adult nationals, 16,316 are women and 108,495 men, and in the case of children, 1,883 are girls and 11,389 boys.
The number of unaccompanied minors (10,550) is almost four times more than that of those who were with an adult (2,722), a trend very similar to the same period in 2021.
In the case of repatriation points, in the state of Baja California 69 thousand 522 were received; in the checkpoints of Sonora, 31 thousand 360; Tamaulipas, 18 thousand 95; Coahuila, 10 thousand 312; Chihuahua, 7 thousand 30; Jalisco, 1,076, and Mexico City, 688.
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The INM endorses its commitment to provide care and assistance to Mexicans returned from the United States and Canada, through the Repatriation program, in order to support their reintegration into the social and economic life of the country, in a safe and orderly manner.