Given the delays in their migration regularization processes, this Wednesday, hundreds of migrants protested outside the offices of the National Migration Institute (INM) in Tapachula, Chiapas, to demand that the procedures be expedited.
According to local media reports, the number of protesters reached 3,000 Haitian, African, Venezuelan and migrants from various Central American countries, who have been stranded for a couple of months in the city waiting for a humanitarian visa to be processed. or Multiple Form, and thus begin their journey to the northern border without any kind of detention.
Due to the above, migrants demand that their migration processes be resolved or otherwise, they would seek to meet to leave in a new caravan.
And it is that the Diario del Sur reported that a group of 200 migrants of different nationalities decided to leave in a caravan to the municipality of Huixtla, due to the inability of the INM of Tapachula to attend to their requests for regularization.
It was detailed that said group advanced along the coastal highway of Chiapas with the hope of being able to process their humanitarian visa more quickly in this municipality.
It should be noted that this is not the first time that a group of migrants has come out to protest delays in immigration procedures.
On July 5, more than 1,000 migrants demanded speed in their processes in the same offices.
While on June 6, and for the eighth time this year, 5,000 migrants were mobilized for the same reasons in a new caravan bound for the United States. They marched from Tapachula, Chiapas, to Mexico City, to then travel to Tamaulipas, a border town with the United States.
In said caravan, in which mainly families traveled, it included some 3,000 minors, as well as people belonging to vulnerable groups such as the elderly or people with disabilities.