Resumen Descriptivo: 

The number of extraregional migrants in the Americas, both those who use regular means of entry and those who use irregular forms of migration, has been increasing in recent years.

This report seeks to complement the findings of the 2016 IOM report “Migrant flows with an irregular migration status from Africa, Asia and the Caribbean in Mesoamerica” updating its data and expanding the information available on the experiences and needs of extraregional migrants who travel through the region irregularly.

The present study includes a description of the sociodemographic profile of the over 350 extraregional migrants, as well as a portrait of the main experiences and needs of these migrant groups across three sections of their migration route: South America, Central America and Mexico.

Índice: 
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • FOREWORD
  • INTRODUCTION
  • METHODOLOGY
    • 1. Description of the extraregional migrant population
      • Migration flows
      • Sociodemographic profiles
      • Travel planning and migration route
    • 2. Experiences of extraregional migrants in the Americas
      • First section of the journey: South America
      • Second section of the journey: Central America
      • Third section of the journey: Mexico
    • 3. Expectations and future challenges
      • Expectations of the population
      • Assistance capacities
      • Migration management and data collection
      • Security
  • CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
  • APPENDIX I: GLOSSARY
  • REFERENCES
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