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The president of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obradorannounced that his government will grant one-year temporary visas to Central Americans to work in public works, such as the Mayan Train, one of the most emblematic constructions of his administration.

“This week I am going to present a program for our Central American brothers with the purpose of accessing temporary visas to work in infrastructure, who are legally in our country with temporary permits”, reported the president in his daily press conference.

The contracting periods, he specified, could be intermittent and would be well paid.

“Salaries are also increasing, in the Mayan Train the operators, drivers, workers, are already earning better, because there is more demand for employment; So, companies are paying more. They are attractive salaries to come, work 15 days and return”he explained.

Last Saturday, López Obrador continued, he received a letter from his US counterpart, Joe Biden, to congratulate him on the work done on immigration, while expressing his commitment to invest more in Central America and the Caribbean.

“We are advancing jointly,” said the Mexican president about this type of immigration policy, which, he warned, still needs to be “fine-tuned and socialized.”

“It is not correct to be rejecting migrants when a labor force is needed. If not, how is there going to be growth? There are places in the United States where there are no workers,” she concluded.

DCA Writing

2023-05-26 08:54:11

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