Top US officials travel to Mexico amid fears over immigration orders

Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto is meeting with US secretary of state Rex Tillerson and US Homeland Security chief John Kelly on February 22 to talk about increasingly uncomfortable relations between the two countries.

Kelly and Tillerson are scheduled to meet with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, who canceled a visit to the meet with Trump a few weeks ago after a building war of words between the leaders.

The relationship between Mexico and the USA is also being challenged by Mr Trump's threat to revise Nafta, the North American Free Trade Agreement, and tax imports to the United States, many of which come from Mexico.

The visit is part of a Trump administration trend: top Cabinet and other officials seeking to calm nervous nations that their US partnerships are secure in the new era of "America First".

Trump's mass deportation plan looks to aggressively enforce the nation's immigration laws.

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Mexico's lead negotiator with the Trump administration is slamming new rules from the United States that call for deporting undocumented immigrants to Mexico, regardless of whether they are citizens of that country. "I think the relationship with Mexico is phenomenal right now", he said.

"It's a non-starter", a Mexican official familiar with the situation said, switching to English for emphasis.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said Kelly will meet with Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales as well as the ministers of government and foreign affairs.

One point Peña Nieto is sure to bring up is Mexico's role in buffering the USA from undocumented immigrants.

US officials say Secretary of State Tillerson, who is a former an oil and gas corporation chief executive, and Kelly will discuss border security, law enforcement cooperation, and trade, among other issues.

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No detailed agenda has yet been released for the Mexico visit.

Videgaray also said the Mexican government wouldn't hesitate to go to the United Nations in order "to defend the rights of immigrants", Reuters reported. Mexican officials, for their part, have denied Trump issued any threats during the conversation.

Trump's plan to build a wall is a key feature in a larger effort to toughen up immigration enforcement.

"No", he said when asked if the Cabinet officials were visiting Mexico to smooth over tensions with its government.

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