Dania Maxwell/Staff 
 Matteo Nicolas, left, sends money that he made working at a restaurant, to his family in Guatemala at Rapid Envios, a business that cashes checks and sends money orders, on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012 in Bonita Springs. Beatrize Fernandez, right, a manager at the store, said that the majority of remittances are sent to Mexico and Guatemala. She said that between January and Sept. 12 of this year, money sent abroad from Rapid Envios totaled $232,600. Migrant workers in the U.S. are sending more money abroad to their families last year than in 2010.

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Matteo Nicolas, left, sends money that he made working at a restaurant, to his family in Guatemala at Rapid Envios, a business that cashes checks and sends money orders, on Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012 in Bonita Springs. Beatrize Fernandez, right, a manager at the store, said that the majority of remittances are sent to Mexico and Guatemala. She said that between January and Sept. 12 of this year, money sent abroad from Rapid Envios totaled $232,600. Migrant workers in the U.S. are sending more money abroad to their families last year than in 2010.

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