Government of Mexico creates program for young migrants in return

The program provides the opportunity to receive job training and a monthly scholarship to young Mexican migrants returning from the United States or Canada.

The project "Build your future here, Mexico gives you a hand" was created by the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare (STPS), the National Institute of Migration (INM) and the Institute of Mexicans Abroad (IME), for young Mexican migrants who are back in the country.

The objective of the program is the social and productive reintegration of young Mexicans between 18 and 29 years of age who are in a situation of return. In this way, the young people who return from the United States or Candada have the opportunity to receive a monthly scholarship of 4 thousand 310 pesos per month for 12 months and receive job training and improve their technical skills, in days of five days a week of five to eight hours. The project emphasizes on increasing the employability possibilities of young people.

In addition to the training and the scholarship, the beneficiaries receive medical insurance from the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) and a certificate of training.

Los interesados deben acudir a alguno de los módulos de repatriación del INM, las direcciones de los módulos se encuentran en el siguiente enlace:

Within the platform, the user must complete their registration with general data such as name, CURP, email, address and telephone number; upload the required documentation such as the voter's credential, CURP, proof of repatriation and photograph; and locate the registered address on the map.

Later, the beneficiary can apply to one of the Work Centers within the platform and start their training.

After attending the module, applicants must wait 15 days to enter the site of "Young People Building the Future":, and begin your registration process for the program.

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