Jul, 2021
Collaborative Migration Management Strategy
National Security Council (U.S.)
From the Executive Summary: "The United States has strong national security, economic, and humanitarian interests in promoting safe, orderly, and humane migration. Executive Order 14010, 'Creating a Comprehensive Regional Framework to Address the Causes of Migration, to Manage Migration Throughout North and Central America, and to Provide Safe and Orderly Processing of Asylum Seekers at the United States Border,' issued February 2, 2021, lays out a four-pronged comprehensive approach that includes addressing the root causes of irregular migration, collaboratively managing migration in the region, expanding lawful pathways for protection and opportunity in the United States, and restoring and enhancing asylum processing at the U.S. Southwest border. The Executive Order directs the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, in coordination with U.S. departments and agencies, to prepare a Root Causes Strategy and a Collaborative Migration Management Strategy (Migration Strategy). The Migration Strategy identifies and prioritizes actions to strengthen cooperative efforts to manage safe, orderly, and humane migration in North and Central America, in line with our Nation's highest values. [...] The Migration Strategy aims to address urgent humanitarian needs in the Northern Triangle, promote access to protection, improve secure and humane border management, provide support for returnees, and enhance access to legal pathways for migration. Individuals and families' internal and international migration decisions are often interlinked with their access to protection, the availability of legal migration pathways, and their ability to live safe and prosperous lives."
  • URL
  • Publisher
    National Security Council (U.S.)
  • Date
    Jul, 2021
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    White House: www.whitehouse.gov/
  • Format
  • Media Type
  • Subjects
    Emigration and immigration--Government policy--Moral and ethical aspects
    Emigration and immigration
    Central America
  • Resource Group
    Critical Releases

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