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 two-part audio series looks at the impact of the Trump administration’s crackdown on asylum, reporting from Ciudad Juárez and Tapachula.
The latest in a series of reports documenting the status of asylum seekers forced by metering to wait in Mexico for a chance to approach U.S. border ports of entry.
An interview with Savitri Arvey of the University of California at San Diego’s U.S.-Mexico Center, co-author of a series of updates on “metering” along the border.
The latest edition of a quarterly effort to document the status of asylum seekers forced by metering to wait in Mexico for a chance to approach U.S. border ports of entry.
Explains the various policies, rule changes, and programs that the Trump administration has used to eliminate the legal right to seek asylum at the border.
The plight of migrants forced to wait in Mexican border towns for a chance to seek asylum on the U.S. side.
A documentation of the effects that U.S. asylum restriction policies are having on migrants’ physical and mental health, based on 480 interviews and testimonies with migrants and asylum seekers.
U.S. policies like metering and Remain in Mexico have created a large community of stranded asylum seekers, from many countries, in Tijuana.
A memo reporting back from a field visit to El Paso and Ciudad Juárez.