Understanding of Mexican Migration to the United States: Rifts and Challenges

  • Rana Basam Khan Government College university Faisalabad
  • Muhammad Nawaz Bhatti University of Sargodha
  • Ghulam Mustafa Government College University Faisalabad
Keywords: U.S, Mexico, Migration, Customs & Border Patrol (CBP), NAFTA

Abstract

It has been decades since legislative issues have thought about social, defense, and compassionate issues of migration which has become a touchstone in U.S strategy discussion. Mexican migration to the U.S started in 1848. It has proceeded to the present with no critical interference, something that makes this work movement very particular as a basic segment of the American work advertise. Generally started with enormous development, driven by starvation, political problems, open doors in the U.S; that point eased back, tightened, or unexpectedly finished, from 1850 to 1882, similar to the case of the Chinese. The details show that Mexico is a key source of settlers in U.S and has long been a major source of enemy contact with refugees, but so many have been focusing on Mexico and not the other countries which have also become major sources of illegal immigrants. The United States and Mexico are bordered with California, San Diego, and Baja California, Tijuana, and the Pacific Ocean. The boundary stretches eastward to El Paso, Ciudad Juarez and Chihuahua, Texas, on the Rio Grande. From that point the border continues south-east along the Rio Grande River until the end of it in the Gulf of Mexico. Border stretching of over 1945 miles is insufficiently regulated. Only old solid markers, rusty safety clasp and spoiled dry fence posts can be found in many parts of the place, and the river Grande that over the centuries has continuously changed its course separating both nations. U.S endeavors to control passages and exit adequately have been focused principally along the most profoundly dealt transit courses driving to north. U.S. powerlessness to control all the Mexican boundary has proven that any Mexican involved in operating in the U.S seldom discovers that the frontier is an unlikely trap Through the span of the most recent 170 years, Mexican migrants have to a great extent worked in horticulture, farming, mining, and railroad development.

Author Biographies

Rana Basam Khan, Government College university Faisalabad

M.Phil Scholar

Muhammad Nawaz Bhatti, University of Sargodha

Department of Politics and Internaional Relations

Published
2021-06-29
How to Cite
Khan, R. B., Bhatti, M. N., & Mustafa, G. (2021). Understanding of Mexican Migration to the United States: Rifts and Challenges : . Journal of Arts & Social Sciences (JASS), 8(1), 72-82. https://doi.org/10.46662/jass-vol8-iss1-2021(72-82)