A memoir of a migrant caravan whose members walked from Tapachula to Mexico City in late 2021.
A presentation mapping out CBP’s post-Trump administration plans to close border wall gaps and perform environmental remediation in Arizona. (Link at storymaps.arcgis.com)
The Mexican government’s year-end 2021 count of apprehensions, deportations, and other data about migration. This publication is updated monthly; this is the year-end edition. (Link at politicamigratoria.gob.mx)
Profiles Andrea Flores, one of several immigration reform advocates who have left the Biden administration after being outmaneuvered by more political, centrist officials.
A report on a July 2021 visit to holding facilities of Border Patrol’s Rio Grande Valley sector in South Texas. (link at oig.dhs.gov)
Finds that about 15 percent of CBP’s 2021 budget was spent on activities with a counter-drug purpose. (link at oig.dhs.gov)
Maps and other information about proposed border wall segments that would be built in south Texas with prior-year Homeland Security appropriations funds, which the Biden administration has asked Congress to rescind. (link at cbp.gov)
Presents statistical information about the asylum-seeking migrants placed in the Biden administration’s revived “Remain in Mexico” program in December 2021. (link at dhs.gov)
A statistical annex to a monthly update provided to the U.S. District Court judge who ordered a restart of the Remain in Mexico program. (link at courtlistener.com)
The organization’s latest accounting, with statistics and anecdotal examples, of human rights abuses against asylum seekers that have resulted from U.S. government policies or actions.
CBP personnel “did not evaluate unsubstantiated information, and made unsupported conclusions” when they revoked the “trusted” status of two U.S. citizens whom they believed were aiding 2018-19 migrant caravans. (link at oig.dhs.gov)
Data about expulsion and deportation flights during the past year.