Statistics and information about protection risks faced by people transiting Honduras.
More whistleblower disclosures reveal malfeasance at CBP’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and its contractor.
Poll data give low approval ratings to the Biden administration’s handling of the border and migration.
Details U.S. immigration agencies’ confiscation of asylum seekers’ belongings on “hundreds” of documented occasions.
Documents prolonged waits, discrimination, poor healthcare access, targeted violence, and other harms suffered by Black asylum seekers.
A quarterly update on migration trends and dynamics in the Americas.
A set of policy recommendations for fixing the U.S. asylum system and helping stabilize countries in the Americas.
A statistical overview of migration trends in the Americas. (Link at iom.int)
The Nogales-based shelter and human rights defense organization offers a compendium of alleged abuses and rights violations from its regular reports to Congress.
Using survey and other data, details the conditions faced by migrants along the route, and seeking to integrate, in the named countries.
Constitutional scholar Frank Bowman disputes claims that Republican governors have a constitutional right to defend against an “invasion” of migrants.
Lessons from the past 30 years of border security and migration policy at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Data about humanitarian parole granted to migrants who arrive at ports of entry.
Analyzes post-Title 42 border policy changes and recommends changes to adjust to rapidly altered migration realities.
Data about U.S. migrant removal flights during the past year.
The latest in a series of updates detailing asylum waitlists and shelter capacity in Mexican border cities.
A report submitted for the 2023 Review of U.S. Compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights finds U.S. border law enforcement compliance sorely lacking.
Explains the difficulty in achieving accountability for the fatal 2010 beating of a Mexican man by CBP and Border Patrol personnel at the San Ysidro port of entry.
Finds overcrowding, a lack of resources, and violence in the municipality that is the main jumping-off point for migrants en route to the Darién Gap.
Finds that Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and Chile are failing to comply with their obligations under international law to protect those fleeing Venezuela.
The recent evolution of migration through the Darién Gap and the small likelihood that it might end in the near future.
Lays out reasons in favor of the Humanitarian Parole program that the Biden administration has launched for citizens of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela.
Estimates that approximately 11.2 million unauthorized immigrants lived in the United States in 2021, up from 11.0 million in 2019.
Recalls 10 facts that often get overlooked in heated U.S. debates over the border and migration policy.
A situation report, mainly on conditions for asylum seekers, from El Paso and Ciudad Juárez.