Politics, Business & Culture in the Americas

Dispatches: Guatemalan Migrants

Guatemalans returning home from the U.S. face unemployment, a maze of red tape—and social stigma. (slideshow available)

Deported in 2008 from Postville, Iowa, where parents Fidelino and María worked at a kosher slaughterhouse, the Gómez family today scrapes by as subsistence farmers. Photo and homepage photo: Michael McDonald

Guatemalans returning home from the U.S. face unemployment, a maze of red tape—and social stigma. (slideshow available)

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