Venezuelan Child Care and Pediatric Society, Venezuela
*Corresponding Author: Huníades Urbina-Medina, Venezuelan Child Care and Pediatric Society, Venezuela.
Received: November 26, 2020; Published: February 11, 2021
Due to multiple problems that threaten the life of a person or group of people in their country of origin, they make the painful decision to leave their homes and land and arrive, usually illegally, to another country. The host country for international agreements, especially those that sign these agreements, has the obligation to receive and protect them. When the receiving country does not comply with these norms and proceeds to return these migrants without any investigation or giving them the opportunity to legalize their situation, this group of people become deportees.
Citation: Huníades Urbina-Medina. “Deportation of People in Latin America, Is It Possible?”. Acta Scientific Paediatrics 4.3 (2021): 31-32.
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