This year Mexico is expected to deport more Central Americans than the United States, according to a report by the Migration Policy Institute.
The report also says Mexico’s deportation has increased during 2015 when it’s expected 70% more Central American deportations will be processed compared to 2014.
In a drastic decrease, it is expected that the US apprehension of illegal immigrants will be down 50% compared to 2014.
According to the report, Mexico has apprehended 173,000 Central Americans compared to 110,000 reported by border control.
Last year Mexico deported six times the number of unaccompanied Central . . .