A mexican perspective on the H2 Visa System: Abuses committed in supply chains across four migration corridors

A mexican perspective on the H2 Visa System: Abuses committed in supply chains across four migration corridors

 

The document proposes an analysis from a labor human rights perspective of the implementation of the H-2 Visa Program between Mexico and the United States. Four migration corridors between Mexico and the United States are used as examples in the analysis: Sinaloa-Louisiana; Hidalgo-Mississippi; Oaxaca-California and San Luis Potosí-Georgia. It exposes the patterns of abuses and violations of human labor rights faced by migrant workers inserted in systematic processes of labor precariousness within the dynamics generated by the globalized economy.

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