Mexico’s National Migration Institute (INM) mx reported the rescue of 11 children and adolescents who were traveling alone in the border area of Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.
The National Migration Institute (INM) of the Ministry of the Interior reported the rescue of 11 children and adolescents who were traveling unaccompanied by an adult in the vicinity of the Rio Bravo in the border area of Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua.
The actions were implemented as part of the Verification and Humanitarian Rescue Operation carried out by Federal Migration Agents (AFM) and members of the Special Migration Operations Group (GOEM).
These agents remain on constant patrols along the border to provide support to foreigners who are transiting illegally and putting their lives at risk.
The INM agents rescued 11 people ranging from 8 to 17 years of age, and after verifying their state of health, it was confirmed that nine were from Guatemala and two from El Salvador.
After the rescue, the minors were channeled to the Deputy Attorney General’s Office for the Protection of the Rights of Children and Adolescents in the state, for their protection.