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In addition, one in three children cites family reunification as a primary reason for leaving home.
Interestingly, over 90 percent of the children I interviewed have a family member in the US, with just over 50 percent having one or both parents there.
Those who did not note a gang presence often followed their response with “Gracias a Dios [Thank God]” or “todavía [yet]” and frequently indicated that they expect one to arrive soon.
When sharing these concerns, they often mentioned either strangers arriving to where they live or criminal groups coming to their neighborhoods on an irregular basis in order to scout its potential.
A 2011 report by the Appleseed Foundation documented that most Mexican child migrants did not receive TVPRA screening and thus could not transition to ORR care.
Instead, per an agreement between the Mexican and U. governments that Obama would like emulated among Central American countries, Mexican children were quickly deported.
S.) and searched local news reports to see whether what they said could be verified.All three elements of her story had been reported in both La Prensa Grafica and El Diario de Hoy.Another father told me that eight murders, two of which involved children, took place in his neighborhood and the one next to it. While I believed that gang violence was primarily an urban problem before arriving to El Salvador, I have found that this violence is widespread, with children from rural and urban areas of 11 of 14 of El Salvador’s departments most likely to list this as the primary cause of their emigration.One hundred and nine have been pressured to join the gang, 22 of whom were assaulted after refusing. While most minimize their time on the streets, saying they go only to and from school, work, or church, more than 30 said they have made themselves prisoners in their own homes; some do not even go to church.One described himself as “paralyzed with fear,” as he began crying.