In another sign of the influx, private jet flights between San Antonio and Mexico nearly doubled between 2008 and 2010, reaching 3,997 in 2010, according to city officials.
The city’s Mexican Entrepreneurs Association, founded 15 years ago, has grown from a handful of members to 200. On a recent evening, dozens of members and guests sipped red wine and nibbled canapes of smoked salmon and roast beef at a networking event.
…The number of investment visas given to Mexicans has risen sharply. A total of 10,512 E-1 and E-2 investment visas were granted to Mexicans from 2006 to 2010, a 73 percent increase over the previous five-year period, according to the State Department.
The article is about how the new wave of immigrants from Mexico, fleeing the drug war, are often very wealthy and highly educated. Keep in mind that the overall yearly flow of Mexicans to the United States is now about a fifth of what it was in 2006. Nonetheless, it is being called the “Mexodus.”