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Mexican government opens center for migrants, offers 50,000 jobs

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Christian Fernsby ▼ | August 4, 2019
The Government of Mexico opened this Friday in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, a center for migrants on the northern border to assist foreigners returned by the United States in the process of applying for visas.
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The building is in charge of the Undersecretary of Employment of the Secretariat of Labor and Social Welfare, Horacio Duarte, and will offer lodging, health services, safety and labor relations, in addition to providing kitchen, dining rooms, rooms and showers. Already 50 thousand jobs have been offered.

Hector Padilla, of the National Institute of Migration, and the state delegate of Welfare, Juan Carlos Loera, visited the facilities in which, they said, the government will offer comprehensive care to people who are waiting for asylum in the United States.

It was added that the integral strategy of 'Attention to Migrants in the Northern Border' under the charge of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador will be operated by Undersecretary Duarte Olivares, who will guarantee that housing, health services, security and job opportunities will be offered.

In addition, the enclosure will function as a collection center and cloakroom that will have specific areas for the stay of children, women, men and, where appropriate, entire families.

Duarte, Padilla and Loera to open the center announced the strengthening of the economy in the northern area and its border cities and promised that in the coming days will also operate other centers in Tijuana and Mexicali.