The onset of the Trump administration has coincided with an increasing level of hate crimes and an emboldened white nationalist movement that has created a domestic terrorism crisis in the US.
Many Mexican immigrants have been deported back to Mexico from the US. Some find it hard to adjust while others continue their lives as if they lever left.
Mexico's willingness to accept US asylum seekers is causing concern among officials in Mexican border cities who are already struggling to deal with thousands of Central American migrants.
As Mexicans prepare to cast their ballots on Sunday, the people of Nahuatzen, an inhabitants of indigenous village tucked into the country's western mountains, are busy blocking streets with bonfires to keep out electoral authorities.
While Venezuelans make up the highest number of asylum seekers heading to the US, there are many who are now looking to move to the EU.
The Mexican state of Queretaro is undergoing an industrial boom with its developed infrastructure. But local people face having their loved ones kidnapped by cartels.
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