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Unaccompanied Alien Children: Demographics in Brief

24 September 2014 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

El Salvador: Background and U.S. Relations

23 June 2014 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Unaccompanied Alien Children: An Overview

13 June 2014 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Thematic Reports

Gangs in Central America

20 February 2014 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

El Salvador: Political and Economic Conditions and U.S. Relations

5 April 2013 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

Gangs in Central America

26 November 2012 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Regional Reports

Central America Regional Security Initiative: Background and Policy Issues for Congress

13 January 2012 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Regional Reports

Trafficking in Persons in Latin America and the Caribbean

9 September 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Regional Reports

Asylum and "Credible Fear" Issues in U.S. Immigration Policy

6 April 2011 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

El Salvador: Political, Economic, and Social Conditions and U.S. Relations

1 January 2008 | Publisher: United States Congressional Research Service | Document type: Country Reports

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