Morelia, Michoacan (MiMorelia.com). – As part of the 2023 budget, the Immigrants Secretariat will consider a resource for the construction of a model shelter for migrants passing through the city of Morelia on their way to the USA, the head of the agency, Brenda Fraga Gutierrez, announced.
In an interview with the media, the head of the Immigrant Secretariat explained that the idea is to have, in addition to the property, a strong staff that meets the demand of immigrants, not only from Mexico, but from other countries through which it passes. Michoacan heading to the next country.
“It is precisely part of the effort that will be made for the 2023 budget, we need a strong team that can maintain demand. We’ll recently get mobility for the Venezuelans, an agreement that’s been in place with the US, we just need the shelter gauge so we can mitigate urgent needs‘, detained.
He commented that in order to build a shelter, between 15 million pesos and 22 million pesos are required, because they are required to have spaces with a doctor, psychologist and social worker, with a model for integration into society and not for the separation of families. .
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