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Yucatan's population of non-Yucatecans will top 70,000 people by 2020.
A U.S. television show sent a correspondent to Merida to talk to a group of American women who settled there because their husbands were deported.
Remittances flow to Mexico at an increasing rate. Photo: Getty Despite harsh immigration policies, remittances that Yucatecan migrants send back home are...
Mexico does not plan to assume the role of "safe third country" for migrants seeking asylum in the U.S., according to a new report.
For LGBTQ people in the caravan, danger comes not only from the gangs who prey on migrants, but from their fellow travelers as well.
The wife of a U.S. combat veteran has landed in Mérida after exhausting all options to stop her own deportation.
Friends are remembering Carlos Chan Cocom, who migrated from Yucatán to California where he worked as a waiter, as "the light of the room."
So far this year, 25 foreigners have been deported by the National Institute of Migration in Yucatán, said an INM official.
Mexicans living in other countries sent money back home in record numbers last year, mostly from United States.
A Yucatecan man is banned from visiting the U.S. despite a Thanksgiving Day mishap that threatened his 2-year-old daughter's life.
The year has seen few Yucatecans crossing the border illegally to the United State, said the president of the Federation of Yucatecan Clubs of Northern California.
Playboy magazine's August edition will be dedicated to the "true story" about what happened on the night of June 30 at the Hacienda Chichi Suarez in Mérida.
After being detained 24 hours for not having proper visas, at least two Playboy models had the last word on social media.
Hacienda Chichi Suárez was a stand-in for the Playboy mansion until immigration officials came and broke up the party.
With more migrants moving south than north, Mexico is becoming a country of immigrants.
Forced to leave his family in Detroit after 19 years, Mario Hernandez-Delacruz will live with his sister in the Cancun area.
A Yucatecan family living in Texas illustrates a wider trend in which parents send their children to Mexico to connect them to their culture.