Deportees in Mexico speak of disrupted lives

Al Jazeera met some of the people who have had to build new lives in Tijuana after being deported from the US during former President Barack Obama's November 2014 executive action on immigration.

    The number of Mexican migrants deported from the United States has slowed since 2014.

    That was the year former President Barack Obama's administration sent 83,000 back home.

    Many deportees were left in cities or towns they barely know.

    Al Jazeera Manuel Rapalo met some of the people who have had to build new lives in Tijuana, Mexico.


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