The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Government of Mexico have a long history of extensive engagement based on the principles of co-management and co-responsibility for our shared border. DHS partners with Mexico’s Secretariat of Foreign Affairs; Secretariat of Government, including Mexico’s Federal Police and National Institute of Migration; and Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit, including Mexico’s Tax Administration Service, to promote the legal movement of goods and people across our shared border and promote a safe and secure border region.
- Readout of Secretary Kelly's Trip to Guatemala and Mexico
- The Updated U.S.-Mexico Local Repatriation Arrangements are nine local repatriation arrangements signed by both U.S. and Mexican government officials to strengthen the bilateral framework for the protection of Mexican citizens being returned to Mexico, improve the efficient use of limited resources, and increase coordination during the repatriation process.
|DHS-Secretariat of Government of Mexico Fact Sheet||211.37 KB|
|DHS-Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit Fact Sheet||232.18 KB|
|Border Violence Prevention Council Fact Sheet||204.89 KB|
|Repatriation Strategy and Policy Executive Coordination Team (RESPECT) Fact Sheet||108.22 KB|