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    BREAKING: Mexico Agrees to Asylum Change — Mexico Agrees to Becoming “Safe Third” Cou

    BREAKING: Mexico Agrees to Asylum Change — Mexico Agrees to Becoming “Safe Third” Country (VIDEO)

    by Jim Hoft June 11, 2019



    FOX News broke the news today that Mexico agreed to asylum changes in their latest agreement with the Trump administration.


    Mexico agreed to become a “safe third” country.

    Earlier today President Trump praised Mexico for their willingness to assist with US border security
    — Something Democrats refuse to do!























    On Tuesday afternoon FOX Business Network broke the news that Mexico has agreed to the safe third changes.
    A source to FOX said Mexico has agreed to the asylum change where a Central American would have to claim asylum in the first country they step foot in as opposed to going through Mexico and then claiming asylum in the United States.
    This is really big development.



    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/201...country-video/

    IF TRUE, this changes everything, ASSUMIMG Trump will them immediately deport any Central Americans back to Central America immediately after they've had a chance to agree to go back to Mexico to file asylum. This will be sued against promptly.
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    I hope this is true. However, what if they don't meet Mexico's criteria for asylum? Will they then be able to apply for asylum in the United States? I only ask that because we don't know the criteria for asylum in Mexico. Like everyone else, guess I'll have to await the details.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    I hope this is true. However, what if they don't meet Mexico's criteria for asylum? Will they then be able to apply for asylum in the United States? I only ask that because we don't know the criteria for asylum in Mexico. Like everyone else, guess I'll have to await the details.
    Procedure to be Recognized as a Refugee in Mexico

    Mexico's Commission for Refugee Assistance (COMAR), under the Ministry of Interior, is responsible for processing claims for refugee status alongside Mexico's National Institute for Migration (INM). Below is a description of the procedure:

    All foreigners in national territory have the right to apply for refugee status
    , which must be submitted to COMAR or the National Institute for Migration, within in 30 days after entering national territory.


    The procedure lasts 45 business days, a period in which confidentiality, non-discrimination, and non-refoulment to the country of origin or habitual residence where their life, security, or freedom is threatened are guaranteed.


    Likewise, the right to a hearing is guaranteed and at the end of said period, COMAR will issue a reasoned and motivated resolution regarding the recognition or not of refugee status as well as the granting of complementary protection.


    As part of the procedure, the applicant must fill, in his/her handwriting in front of an authority, an information form in which he/she must provide personal data and the reasons for which he/she emigrated from his country of origin or habitual residence.

    Applicants for recognition of refugee status have the right to legal representation.


    When interviewed, the applicant must narrate the events that led to his/her departure from his/her country of origin or habitual residence, as well as provide evidence to support his/her statements. If required, assistance is provided by a translator or interpreter of his/her native language or understanding.

    Throughout the process for recognition of refugee status, respect for human rights of the applicants and refugees is guaranteed. Upon being granted the recognition of refugee status by COMAR, the right to access permanent residence is obtained.

    It should be noted that, according to Mexico's law, any immigration proceedings initiated due to illegal entry are suspended until a final decision regarding an individual's refugee status is submitted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MW View Post
    I hope this is true. However, what if they don't meet Mexico's criteria for asylum? Will they then be able to apply for asylum in the United States? I only ask that because we don't know the criteria for asylum in Mexico. Like everyone else, guess I'll have to await the details.
    Just about none of them want to be in Mexico. In certain areas of Mexico, it might be a little better for them than in Central America, but in most of Mexico it wouldn't be much different than it is at home for them. They just would probably ask to go home if they're pushed back into Mexico like they should be. They obviously shouldn't even be allowed in Mexico in the first place.
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    The Mexican people need to push them BACK home!

    They do not want them and neither do we.

    GET THEM ALL OUT OF MEXICO AND AWAY FROM OUR BORDER!

    HOW THE HELL TO YOU LIKE BEING DUMPED ON??? NOT SO DAMN PRETTY IS IT?
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