A field report on abuses of migrant rights in Mexico’s southern-border city of Tapachula, focusing on the asylum-seeking migrant population stranded there.
Documents the especially dangerous conditions that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender asylum seekers face in Mexican border towns after U.S. policies like Title 42 block them from seeking protection in the United States.
A look at the history and recent increase in maritime migration to the United States, mainly of Cuban and Haitian citizens.
Proposes alternatives to the perilous journey across Mexico for protection-seeking Central American migrants.
A multimedia microsite about the increasing use of military force to confront migration in Mexico, the United States, and elsewhere in the region.
A troubling record of the Jesuit Refugee Services’ work seeing to find or identify more than 1,200 missing migrants in Mexico since 2007.
An investigation reveals that Immigration and Customs Enforcement has built a surveillance apparatus that gathers personal information about a majority of U.S. citizens.
An investigation, based on interviews, of the conditions Haitian migrants face in Mexico and, in some cases, after crossing into the United States.
An investigation of the human toll of Title 42 expulsions on migrants in San Diego and Tijuana.
A compendium of recent data and statistics on migratory movements around the hemisphere.
Finds that DHS under the Biden administration has detained tens of thousands of asylum seekers, placing them in miserable conditions and making it difficult to pursue their claims.
A series of legal complaints details cases of physical and verbal abuse of children in CBP custody.
Newly obtained documents point to the DHS Inspector-General suppressing, delaying, and watering down information about serious sexual harassment and domestic abuse patterns within the Department’s law enforcement agencies, including CBP and ICE.
Government whistleblowers voice alarm about conditions for unaccompanied migrant children being held at Office of Refugee Resettlement facilities, especially a site at Fort Bliss, Texas.
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.
The latest of a series of “abuse documentation” reports with troubling findings about the behavior of some U.S. border law enforcement personnel in the El Paso sector, especially CBP officers working at ports of entry.
The latest in a series of updates detailing asylum waitlists and shelter capacity in Mexican border cities.
Report from a visit to Remain in Mexico court hearings in El Paso in January 2022.
A government Integrity Committee is investigating DHS’s Inspector General for accusations of ordering a “retaliatory” investigation of subordinates who criticized his management.