Sunday, March 6, 2011

What? Illegal Immigrants Are Self-Deporting!

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One of the main arguments against tougher immigration laws is the logistics of rounding up that large a population and sending them home is very challenging. Many have advocated tougher immigration laws and border enforcement would cause illegals to self-deport. That seems to be happening now, but a major driving force is the economy.
(CNN) -- The number of Mexican migrants returning to their country -- mainly from the United States -- has increased dramatically in the last five years compared with the previous five years.

According to the most recent numbers released by the Mexican census bureau, the increase was 31.9% in the period from 2005 to 2010, compared with 2000 to 2005 numbers.

The Mexican Institute of Statistics and Geography -- INEGI by its Spanish acronym -- says that during the last five years of the decade, 1.1 million Mexicans left their country. According to the government agency, by the time the national census was taken last summer, more than 351,000 Mexican migrants had returned to Mexico.

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