Mexican Migration Patterns Shifting


The Immigration Policy Center (the “IPC”) recently released some data on shifting Mexican immigration patterns that could affect public policy determinations regarding immigration.

According to data cited by the IPC, fewer Mexican immigrants are coming to the U.S. over time, but fewer are leaving as well. Furthermore, a majority of the unauthorized population has been here for a decade or longer.

These changes are significant to overall policy, in part because 59 percent of all unauthorized immigrants living in the U.S. are from Mexico.

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