The National Migration Institute (INM), with the support of the National Guard (GN) and the Attorney General’s Office of the State of Nuevo León, assured 195 foreign migrants who were in overcrowded conditions, without food or water, in rooms of a hotel located in the municipality of Apodaca.
The INM reported that of the total number of people, 72 from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua, traveled in a family nucleus.
He also explained that 80 of the migrants are originally from Honduras; 38 from El Salvador; 36 from Guatemala; 36 from Nicaragua; one from Cuba; one from Peru, and three from the Dominican Republic, all of them identified during a verification visit initiated from a report by the State Investigations Agency of the state prosecutor’s office.
The institute indicated that of the people of Honduran nationality, 44 traveled in the family nucleus, in addition to 22 adult men, three adult women, and 11 unaccompanied girls and boys.
From El Salvador, 18 shared space as a family nucleus, 13 more were adult men and seven adult women, and from Guatemala, eight were in a family nucleus, as well as 20 adult men, seven adult women and one unaccompanied child.
Meanwhile, from Nicaragua, 27 are adult men, six are adult women, two are in the family nucleus, and one unaccompanied minor girl. From Cuba, she is an adult woman; from Peru an adult man; and from the Dominican Republic, three adult men.