Looks at possible outcomes once the Title 42 expulsions policy is lifted, and how the U.S. asylum system might work more smoothly at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Documents examples of U.S. and Mexican personnel abusing and mistreating Haitian migrants during and after a large-scale September 2021 migration event in Del Rio, Texas.
Details the dangers faced by Haitians, including those apprehended at the U.S.-Mexican border, after they get expelled or removed to their country.
Finds that border policies, more than climate conditions, are responsible for the sharp rise in migrant deaths in southern Arizona’s deserts.
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.
A primer about the alternative programs frequently applied to asylum-seeking families apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border.