Oh, Canada! Univision touts Northern border as new illegal immigration gateway


JORGE RAMOS: More and more Mexicans are trying to reach the United States but along the almost forgotten northern border with Canada. It's cheaper, less dangerous, and there are no walls.



ILIA CALDERÓN: The most common crossing Jorge, is through the state of Maine, where in just over a year the arrests of undocumented immigrants have multiplied by more than 400%.


FABIOLA GALINDO: Here in Maine we met with Border Patrol agents, in order to learn more about an increasing number of Mexicans that travel from Mexico to Canada. All they need is $300 for airfare, and an electronic transit permit to Canada which costs seven dollars. They then cross into the United States.


GALINDO: With or without a visa, the forgotten border and its desolate landscapes make their way as the new door to immigration.

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