Mexico says does not expect Trump deportation plan to begin soon

By REUTERS
November 9, 2016 23:39

 
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MEXICO CITY - Deportations of undocumented Mexican migrants in the United States may start rising when president-elect Donald Trump takes office, but the process will not begin soon, Mexico's deputy interior minister for migration said on Wednesday.

Mexico also stands ready to lobby the US Congress and use all legal means possible to block Trump's plan for impounding remittances so that Mexico ends up paying for his proposed wall on the southern US border, Humberto Roque Villanueva told Reuters in an interview.

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