In a significant development, a new contingent of Salvadoran workers who have been selected under the Labor Migration Program of the Ministry of Labor is set to travel to Canada today. These individuals will have the opportunity to integrate into various employment sectors legally and securely. Seguir leyendo Salvadoran Labor Migration Program Sends Seventh Contingent to Canada.
The Salvadoran Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (MTPS) announced that around 7,000 Salvadorans have been placed abroad through the Labor Migration Program. The Minister of Labor, Rolando Castro, revealed in a morning interview that this figure corresponds to the contingents sent to the United States and Canada, who have traveled with visas of up to three years and competitive salaries. Seguir leyendo Government places 7,000 Salvadorans abroad through Labor Migration Program.
El Salvador continues to manage opportunities abroad through the Ministries of Labor and Foreign Relations. Seguir leyendo Illegal migration plummets in El Salvador by generating jobs.
After being in the first three places, there’s been a drop in records for the registry of Salvadorans seeking to enter illegally through the US-Mexico border at the beginning of the fiscal year for the USCBP. Seguir leyendo El Salvador leaves the list of countries with the highest irregular migration to the United States
The Chancellor Alexandra Hill Tinoco, participates in the International Migration Review forum, during the General Debate at the United Nations, which is taking place from May 17 to 20, 2022.
In her speech, the Salvadoran diplomat acknowledges that the Global Compact for Migration represents a historic step to address the current risks and challenges of regional irregular migration from a shared responsibility approach.
Seguir leyendo El Salvador participates in the first International Migration Review Forum