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Gures for 2011 reveal only processes of documented (legal) migration from two other neighborhoods: El Rincón and El Cerro. S. as an effective strategy of income generation. In this respect, the epigraph of the chapter deﬁnes the changes that the undocumented temporary migration processes have been experiencing in recent years. Moreover, it allows learning that in the contexts of crisis and political hostility, the continuity of labor mobility constructed as a come and go between the origin and destination is very unlikely.
It is important to identify with greater precision who these migrants are. As previous sections have established, we know that we are dealing with two principal types of migrants: (1) single men who have the possibility to return and live with their parents in Las Vueltas; and, (2) married men whose wives live in Las Vueltas. S. because his wife and children have jobs there and are able to sustain the family. Gerardo, meanwhile, is a documented migrant who was dismissed, but his legal status allows his wife and children greater mobility.
Border. In the 2000–2011 period, the index of detainees at the border experienced a signiﬁcant reduction: from approximately 1,636,000 to just 286,000 cases (Passel et al. 2012: 28; USBP 2011). In 2013 and 2014 this tendency remained, even reaching a historical minimum with 257 thousand and 229 thousand detained Mexicans (Krogstad/Passel 2014). Paradoxically, this tendency has emerged despite the fourfold increase in the number of agents patrolling the border, from 5,000 in 1995 to 21,000 in 2011 (BBVA 2012: 9).