New contributions of the Inter-American Human Rights system to the needs of private interest of migratory flows



Migration profiles; Conventionality Control; Globalization of migrations.


The article addresses the study of the transformation in migratory profiles, categories in which people are placed as migrants, which due to the globalization of migratory flows have created new challenges of migratory regulation. The countries belonging to the Inter-American Human Rights System, in order to face these challenges, have developed tools that codify the application of conventional instruments to once again open the possibility of a more dynamic normative unification. The control of conventionality is one of the key points on which the analysis of the internal application of the national regulations of the countries is in harmony with the international criteria and that has undoubtedly materialized in the unified codification of the internal law of the members. , so that it is relevant for migration policy, because the migrant as a global citizen will not have a single legal framework, but rather starts from a particular territorial area, to later move beyond the traditional spheres of power, for the capacity it has to relate to other subjects of international law. Thus, the study finally moves to those tools of conventional interpretation and those created with the objective of governing the private relations of migratory flows in the territories of the members of the community.