Finds that asylum-seeking adults sent back to Mexican border cities are facing danger and precarious shelter conditions under the Biden administration’s court-ordered revival of “Remain in Mexico.”
Ana Raquel Minian of Stanford University contends that urging Mexico to serve as a bulwark against migration is a longstanding U.S. practice
Profiles Andrea Flores, one of several immigration reform advocates who have left the Biden administration after being outmaneuvered by more political, centrist officials.
A policy-by-policy overview of what it would take for the Biden administration to undo the Trump administration’s hardline border and migration policies.
Migrants in limbo have hope for change if Donald Trump loses the election, but walking back many of the Trump administration’s anti-asylum policies will be difficult.
Some Mexican families are among the hundreds of mostly Central Americans awaiting their turn to seek asylum on the U.S. side of the border in Matamoros, Mexico.
A look at the severe impact of COVID-19 on the Texas borderlands, especially on asylum seekers.
A two-part audio series looks at the impact of the Trump administration’s crackdown on asylum, reporting from Ciudad Juárez and Tapachula.
A photo-filled report from the Mexican border city of Matamoros, where thousands of mostly Central American asylum-seekers are stranded by “Remain in Mexico” and the COVID-19 border closure.
The plight of migrants forced to wait in Mexican border towns for a chance to seek asylum on the U.S. side.
An investigation into the human consequences of giving broad discretionary powers to an agency with insufficient training and capacity.
U.S. policies like metering and Remain in Mexico have created a large community of stranded asylum seekers, from many countries, in Tijuana.