These data were unveiled at a seminar organized by the Ministry of Justice, commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Observatory of International Migration.
The average income of the families living in different parts of the country stands at BRL 3,212—five times higher than families remaining in Roraima (BRL 621).
The migrants coming to Brazil through Venezuela will have 13 new service stations to facilitate communication with their families in the cities of Boa Vista and Pacaraima, in the northern state of Roraima, which will now have 17 posts for this purpose.
Brazil’s National Committee for Refugees (Conare), of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, has granted refugee status to 21,432 Venezuelans who settled in Brazil after escaping the economic crisis and political instability assailing their country.
The Brazilian government and the United Nations (UN) International Organization for Migration (IOM) on Monday (Jun 17) launched a booklet with advice about human rights for Venezuelans taking shelter in Brazil.