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INM returns two illegal Kazakhstan families to home country

Jaumave, Tamaulipas — Two families making up a total of 10 people have been returned to their home country of Kazakhstan. The National Migration Institute (INM) recently carried out the assisted return of two family units originating from Kazakhstan, Central Asia.

The families were identified as being in Mexico illegally during verification actions at the point known as Jaumave, in the state of Tamaulipas.

The first family unit was made up of two adults and two minors, and the second was made up of two adults and four minors, ten in total.

All 10 were transferred for care and safeguarding to facilities of the Comprehensive Family Development System (DIF) of Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, where they awaited their return.

The INM carried out the procedure for their air transfer to Kazakhstan with the accompaniment of immigration agents in order to ensure their full safety.

The rescued people were in communication with relatives in their country through telephone calls to inform them about their situation and transfer. Likewise, consular authorities of Kazakhstan were present throughout the documentation process.

The INM reiterates its commitment to work within the framework of unrestricted respect for the human rights of migrants in the context of mobility and with adherence to the legal norms that govern the actions of the institution.