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Mon 8 Apr Every few minutes his mobile buzzes and he steps out of earshot to take another call from a client. A shipment is being dispatched tomorrow, and he is still learning the basics of logistics. Migration to the US from Guatemala and neighboring Honduras has risen to its highest level in a decade: The total number of migrants reaching the US southern border is significantly down from its peak in the early s.
But where once migrants were mostly adult males who sneaked across the desert, now the majority are Central American families who present themselves to US authorities and request asylum. The number of families has been rising for years, and no single cause explains the current surge: This is not true for every smuggler: Daniel and some other coyotes said the price for families has remained the same, but they confirmed that prices for single adults have risen — and that entire families now account for most of their business.
That policy has long been in place, but in Central America, there is a growing impression that if you bring a child, you are more likely to get in. This is partly due to Trump. For weeks last year the furore over family separations dominated the news, and drew the attention of smugglers and would-be migrants.
As the numbers of families arriving climbs, a system designed for quick deportation of men traveling alone has become overwhelmed , and the US government is releasing people more quickly into the United States. A cycle has emerged: Migration is woven into daily life in Huehuetenango, a mountainous region which accounts for the highest percentage of migrants from Guatemala. There are any number of reasons why people leave: Land disputes, drug trafficking and discrimination also plague the lives of the mostly indigenous population.
In some areas gang violence and extortion remain a problem. Increasingly, climate change has become a factor: Now, he works as a parking attendant, but he still cannot cover rent, food and school fees.