The grim situation of migrants stuck in Mexico’s southern-border city of Tapachula.
Migrant women stranded in Mexico suffer untreated symptoms of psychological stress.
A report from Tapachula, near the Mexico-Guatemala border, where stranded migrants face hunger, discrimination, and insecurity.
Mexico is increasingly becoming the final destination for Central Americans fleeing misrule by increasingly authoritarian governments.
A detailed account of a Venezuelan woman’s journey across Mexico and to the United States with her young daughter.
A multimedia presentation recounts the route that a Cuban asylum seeker took through Panama’s dangerous Darién Gap jungles, and on through Central America and Mexico.
CBP documents and situation reports reveal extreme steps the agency, along with Mexican authorities, took to block “migrant caravan” participants’ attempt to seek asylum in early 2019.
Profiles Honduran migrants who have decided to settle in the relative safety of Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico after seeing their efforts to reach the United States blocked.
Ana Raquel Minian of Stanford University contends that urging Mexico to serve as a bulwark against migration is a longstanding U.S. practice
An El Salvadoran journalist documents the hardships suffered by African migrants at the Mexico-Guatemala border.
A two-part audio series looks at the impact of the Trump administration’s crackdown on asylum, reporting from Ciudad Juárez and Tapachula.
A look at Mexico’s crackdown on migration through its territory, even as the number of Mexican asylum seekers coming to the United States rises.