More Mexican who are migrant in US are leaving the the country than arriving there, reversing a longstanding flow, a research has found.
More than one million Mexicans and their families, including US-born children, returned to Mexico from 2009 to 2014 after living in the US, the report by Pew Research Center found.
Meanwhile, only 870,000 Mexicans moved in to US during the same time period, creating a net loss of 140,000 people.
An uneven economic recovery in the US was cited as a reason behind the shift.
Industries where migrants typically found work, such as construction, have not rebounded since the US emerged from a recession in 2009.