An Employment Fair was held for migrants where more than 1,500 workspaces were offered; the migrants found a home to stay in Tijuana.
As more and more people seek refuge in Baja California, migrants see Tijuana as an opportunity to settle in this land with their families. In a show of support for this growing migrant population, a successful Employment Fair for migrants was held on Friday morning, where more than 1,500 jobs were offered, giving migrants hope for a stronger future for the town.
The Employment Fair is an initiative aimed at helping migrants join the workforce in Baja California. Adriana Minerva, Undersecretary of Immigration Affairs in Baja California, explained that she intends for they can integrate into the workforce and access benefits such as social security and medical care while they wait so that they can wait for longer. the proper way for the CBP ONE application.
Efrén González, from the Mexican Commission for Refugee Assistance (COMAR), pointed out that, since September, they have exceeded the number of people who sought refuge in Baja California compared to last year. “We believe that at the national level we will reach the numbers of 150 thousand people asking for asylum, but here in Baja California we have surpassed last year,” he said.
With the successful completion of this Job Fair and the growing interest of migrants in Tijuana as a place to live, the city continues to play an important role in the lives and futures of many migrant families. looking for new opportunities in Mexico.