In this investigation, we explored what tendencies developed over the past years when increasingly conservative State policies met mass Venezuelan emigration. We realized that in some parts of the region, immigration is becoming a matter of exceptional procedures rather than standardized rights.
We also found a common phenomenon that runs through all of the countries studied: economically marginalized migrants are further relegated into poverty and subjected to human rights violations by the lack of a regularized migration status. Click here for the executive summary in English and here to download the full study in Spanish.
This document was made possible thanks to the collaborative efforts of the following organizations:
Centro de Estudios Legales y Sociales (CELS)
Comisión Argentina para Refugiados y Migrantes (CAREF)
Centro de Direitos Humanos e Cidadania do Imigrante (CDHIC)
Conectas Direitos Humanos
Movimiento Acción Migrante (MAM)
Corporación Opción Legal
Instituto de Democracia y Derechos Humanos (Idehpucp) de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA)