Mexico and US are teaming up on immigration
Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly announced the US and Mexico will co-host a conference in mid-June discussing "economic security," and, more broadly, preventing immigration to the U.S.
The plan, per Kelly's first public address since his confirmation:
The motivation: Kelly said for the most part immigrants leave those four countries "because there is no economic opportunity there for them." The intended result is for people to "stay there where their families are, where their cultures are.