Migration Declassified is a product of the Mexico/Migration Project at the National Security Archive, an independent research center and repository of declassified documents based at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. It supports the rights of migrants in North America by increasing transparency around security and law enforcement institutions in Mexico and the United States. The site serves as a dissemination point for recently declassified documents that shed light on such issues as migration policy, border enforcement, migrant detention programs, and deportation policies. Its blog will feature commentary on migration-related news items and links to related resources.
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