Immigrants and Trump’s America: From the US, Mexico, and Central America’s Northern Triangle
—Researched and written by Andrew Flores—
For decades, Mexico has sent its own immigrants and been traversed by those from the Northern Triangle who hope to enter the United States. Despite recent reinforcement of rigid US immigration policy, Mexico has seen little to no change in migrant efforts to travel to the US, as well as an increase in migrants choosing to stay in Mexico. US immigration policy affects individuals of various ages and nationalities, putting them at risk for the dangers that come with migration.