The regularization of migrants who for some reason come to Coahuila and seek to stay temporarily, has been increasing in the last five years, and Even 2023 could be the year with the most cases of this type.
According to the Migration Policy Unit of the Ministry of the Interior, between January and September of this year, The National Migration Institute in Coahuila has provided 882 temporary resident cards to migrants.
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This, without taking into account that another 645 renewed it to be able to stay legally longer in the entityalthough the cards work to prove your legal stay throughout the country.
Although this statistic also concentrates people who may come for academic or work reasons, according to the INM, these cards are largely requested by people who seek to settle in the territory safely and then continue.
However, there are also cases of cards that have been granted for temporary residence stays to people who could later seek refuge, or try their luck, according to authorities.
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In the same period last year, andThe INM had granted only 715 cards, in 2021 there were 631, in 2020 473, and in 2019 another 503.
In this same year, another 609 people who were granted permanent residence were also registered, and these are granted to foreigners who have already made the decision to stay in the entity, and another 82 who renewed it.
The entities where this type of cards are most requested are Mexico City with 14,499 procedures this year, Quintana Roo with 4,918 and Jalisco with 4,330.