The program, adopted during the Trump administration, requires some migrants to wait in Mexico while their cases are heard.
Border Patrol officials say truck traffic is too voluminous to check every vehicle at the dozens of immigration checkpoints on roadways near the border.
Technically, the border is closed to most migrants under a 2020 order. But the policy, known as Title 42, has had the unintended effect of encouraging people to repeatedly attempt to cross the border.
New tax data reveal a steep population loss in 2020, toward the start of the pandemic. The exodus was temporary, but how much of its effects could be permanent?
The governor has boasted of his tough stance against migrants, but his policies have failed to slow the number of people crossing the border.
It’s all about resentment of what makes America great.
The Biden administration had instructed ICE agents to focus on immigrants who were considered a threat. But a judge’s order means millions more could now be targeted for deportation.
Government flights carrying undocumented children from the border to federally licensed shelters around the country are being criticized by conservative politicians in an election year.
A vast majority of undocumented teenagers are graduating high school this year without protection from deportation and the ability to legally work.
We break down why border crossings are so high and who’s trying to come to the U.S.
The 68-year-old suspect in a May mass shooting harbored resentment dating back to his formative years in Taiwan.
Some 6,000 migrants, many of them from Venezuela, set off from southern Mexico last week as leaders from across the Americas met in Los Angeles to discuss issues including migration.
Social media users around the world fixated on the curious Swedish tradition of not automatically offering food to guests.
The president is already the subject of a boycott by some of the region’s most important heads of state, and his agenda is being met with deep skepticism.
The southern border is seeing a historic spike in migrant crossings. Many are coming in hope of asking for asylum, a right that has been unavailable because of pandemic-related restrictions on immigration. A New York Times photographer documented three ways that people cross the border into the United States.
More than a year after they first began arriving in Britain under a new visa program, people from Hong Kong are settling into their new home. But they still long for the one they left behind.
Under the new program, graduates of top-ranked global colleges can move to Britain for two years, even without a job offer. But no African, Indian or Latin American universities made the list.
Farmers are turning to workers on seasonal visas and mechanizing what they can. Many labor-intensive crops are shifting south of the border.
The rollout of the process for some arrivals at the southwestern border will be small, but could represent the tip of broad changes to the asylum system.
With 8,200 crossings daily, an informal pipeline of shelters and other way stations to house and feed migrants has become central to the government’s response plan.
A runoff election in heavily Hispanic South Texas is revealing the party’s divisions on border issues.
They moved from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and other countries for jobs in the technology industry. Now they are joined by friends fleeing war and repression.
Under the ruling, the public health measure known as Title 42 that has denied migrants entry will remain in effect.
Inquiries to immigration consultants have surged; social media users trade tips on how to get abroad. But the government aims to “strictly restrict nonessential exit activities.”
People from around the world have been lingering on the border, awaiting the end of pandemic restrictions. Their fate remains one of the Biden administration’s biggest challenges on immigration.
It is possible to opt out of far-right co-optation.
The MAGA formula was “a white Christian nationalist strategy from the beginning.”
You cannot defend the ideal of E pluribus unum by deleting pluribus.
How replacement theory jeopardizes democracy.
Neither did the slaughter in Pittsburgh or El Paso.
The Buffalo killings are an extreme expression of a worldview that has become increasingly central to the identity of the Republican Party.
How the paranoid style took over the G.O.P.
They aided investigators after the worst subway attack in decades. Will that be enough to persuade immigration authorities to give them visas or asylum?
A federal judge promised to rule by May 23 on the public health measure, known as Title 42, that has barred migrants from requesting asylum.
Far-right activists are intercepting migrant children and collecting information about their families, based on an unfounded conspiracy theory that they are falling prey to sex-trafficking rings.
Gov. Greg Abbott may target a 1982 Supreme Court ruling that requires schools to educate undocumented children. Some conservatives see an opening for a fresh look at old precedents.
Political repression and escalating economic difficulties on the island, along with a new visa-free travel policy in Nicaragua, are some of the factors driving the change.
A string of setbacks made the pundit flee television, the Republican establishment and even his home. He re-emerged with what may be the most racist, and successful, show in the history of cable news.
Children of temporary visa holders who can’t gain permanent residency are one of several groups urging the Biden administration to act on an immigration overhaul.
Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas has pursued an expensive and unusual effort to harden the border. But after a year, there is little to show for it.
Retooling the party for an age of disorder.
New research in psychology and political science reveals just how deep our anxieties about others lie.
Macron’s victory is a reminder to Democrats to find the center on immigration.
Known formally as the Migrant Protection Protocols, the program, adopted during the Trump administration, requires some migrants to wait in Mexico while their cases are heard.
The plan, meant to rattle President Biden, fits into his strategy for addressing record numbers of border crossings. The migrants said they were grateful for the chartered bus ride.
Most people in the United States are eligible to sponsor Ukrainian migrants under a program the Biden administration established on Monday. Here’s how it works.
Under a public health rule known as Title 42, thousands of migrants have been expelled at the border. A federal judge is halting efforts to begin lifting the policy, due to end on May 23.
And does mean that Ron DeSantis won’t be taking his kids to Disney world anymore?
The result was a relief to allies in Europe and Washington wary of a far-right challenger who was hostile to the European Union and NATO.
Whatever happens in the runoff election on Sunday, France has changed, and the winner may face a turbulent season.