Regardless of whether you are outside of Mexican territory, the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) protects your rights against any attack or violation.
It is important that Mexicans living in the United States know their rights, and even more important that these rights are respected while outside the national territory.
The CNDH has a specialized portal to provide support and updated information for Mexican migrants living in the United States: https://migrantes.cndh.org.mx/USA/index.html
The “Defend yourself” section provides information on specific situations that Mexican migrants may experience during their stay in the United States.
For example, information on detention centers, consular protection, which provides the information and data of all Mexican consulates in the United States. In addition, it has information on deportation procedures through informative videos on who intervenes in a deportation trial, how to carry out the deportation process in freedom, the cancellation of deportation and the types of hearings.
Similarly, the portal provides information related to labor issues, such as the recovery of wages in the event of deportation.
Finally, it provides information on associations that protect the rights of migrants, such as Acceso Latino or Chicanos por la Causa, as well as a directory of associations.
Learn more about the rights of Mexican migrants in the United States at the portal https://migrantes.cndh.org.mx/index.html
Or through the telephone line 1 (855) 220 1829 from the United States and 800-201-1010 from Mexico or by email email@example.com.