The new U.S. push for immigration reform is drawing praise — but some skepticism — south of the border.

Mexico’s foreign ministry said Tuesday that it “welcomes the principles that have been set out” in U.S. President Barack Obama’s remarks calling for immigration reform, and the proposal presented Monday by a bipartisan group of U.S. senators.

A Mexican lawmaker told CNN en Español that U.S. politicians were proposing a plan that would help millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States — nearly 60% of whom are Mexican, according to government estimates.

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