French immigration minister visits US-Mexico border area

8th March 2009, Comments 2 comments

French immigration minister Eric Besson has visited a California section of the US-Mexican border to examine the fence and other issues related to immigration in this part of the world.

BEVERLY HILLS - "I was interested to see how it was working, to get to know the feelings of Americans who had built it and how the fence was viewed on the Mexican side," Besson told reporters Saturday.

The minister, who had toured the San Diego-Tijuana border area, said he did not come to pass judgment about the need for the fence.

He said officials on the Mexican side had pleaded for so-called "circulatory immigration."

"Their thesis is that they want to do everything to encourage movement of people into US territory and their return to Mexico," Besson said. "That was even more interesting to me because we are trying to promote what could be circulatory immigration in France and in Europe."

AFP / Expatica

2 Comments To This Article

  • Jean-Charles LANNAUD posted:

    on 9th May 2010, 12:18:11 - Reply

    Après un séjour illégal aux Etats-Unis, Maître Haywood a su trouver les bons arguments ainsi que les bons formulaires dans la constitution de mon dossier, permettant ainsi la levée de mon interdiction de territoire, il était même présent
  • J Thornhill posted:

    on 9th March 2009, 11:23:09 - Reply

    Circulatoire migration for France ? c'est une blague. Posez la question aux Français d'abord. L'immigration est incontrôlable, en partie grâce