July 7, 2022

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More than 12,000 illegal Cuban immigrants have been identified in Honduras by 2022.

The Honduran National Migration Institute recently shared data on irregular migration so far in 2022.

The data reflect what happened during the period from January 1 to April 6 this year.

According to the table collecting the number of irregular immigrants on the basis of citizenship, The Cubans represented the majority, a total of 12,516.

It is followed by Venezuela (1031) and Ecuador, Haiti, Angola, Senegal, Nicaragua and Brazil, all with less than 500.

During the month, the highest number of foreigners in the Irregulars with nearly 9,000 was in March.

With respect to the age range, the maximum numbers are the same 21 to 30 years old and 31 to 40 years old, This shows the dangerous number of young people looking forward to a better present outside of Cuba.

Of the 1,064 foreigners under the age of 10, 11 to 20, 1,388 were registered.

In particular, from March 14 to April 6, Of the total 10,139 illegal immigrants in Honduras, 6,975 were Cuban immigrants.

According to the reference EFEThe group of Cubans arrested last March along with human traffickers was placed under the protection of the National Immigration Agency (INM).

There, the authorities will coordinate their return to Cuba “or allow them to cross the border Fined more than $ 200 for entering Honduras illegally ”The company says.

Despite the restrictions imposed by countries in the region, there is no break for the new wave of Cubans migrating to the US border.

Customs and border security data in the United States Pick up At least that In March, 32,000 Cubans were detained in the United States.

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Similarly, it is known that the number of people crossing the border that month was higher than those from Central America.

Recent reports suggest that At the end of March, the weekly average number of Cubans crossing the southern U.S. border was 1,200460 percent more on the same date than last year.