From the Document: "Mexico, a top U.S. trade partner and neighbor, could play a key role in addressing several challenges facing U.S. policymakers in 2021. During a virtual meeting on March 1, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and President Biden committed [hyperlink] to collaborate on bilateral and regional migration issues and on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) response and recovery, while reaffirming the importance of security cooperation. High-level officials from both countries held migration talks on March 23 focused on addressing root causes of migration and determining steps Mexico could take to interdict some U.S.- bound migrant flows. President Biden also is asking Mexico [hyperlink] to accept migrant families expelled under current pandemic-related restrictions [hyperlink] on asylum processing."
CRS Insight, IN11635
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