U.S. authorities stopped migrants 251,487 times along the Mexican border in December.
CBP officers extracted approximately 256 pounds of cocaine worth an estimated value of approximately $4.1 million.
President Joe Biden, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are seeking to downplay their frustrations with one another on migration and trade as they meet for the North American Leaders Summit.
Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador is challenging U.S. President Joe Biden to end an attitude of “abandonment” and “disdain” for Latin America and the Caribbean as the two leaders meet in Mexico City.
The president walked a muddy stretch of the border and inspected a busy port of entry, but he did not appear to meet with migrants.
About 200 migrants walked for about an hour early Friday to surrender to border agents in Yuma, Arizona.
The Biden administration will immediately begin turning away Cubans, Haitians and Nicaraguans who cross the border illegally in a major expansion of an existing effort to stop Venezuelans.
The Supreme Court is keeping pandemic-era limits on people seeking asylum in place for now, dashing hopes of migrants who have been fleeing violence and inequality.
Some were wearing T-shirts despite temperatures hovering around 15 degrees Fahrenheit. It was the coldest Christmas Eve on record in DC.
Under Title 42, authorities have expelled asylum-seekers inside the U.S. and turned away most people at the border. A key court ruling could lift those restrictions.
The Biden administration has been conspicuously silent about how migrants should enter the United States when Trump-era asylum limits end.
The Biden administration is asking the Supreme Court to end asylum restrictions, but requested a delay until at least after Christmas.
Migrants have been denied rights to seek asylum under U.S. and international law since March 2020 related to preventing the spread of COVID-19 under a public-health rule called Title 42.
The Supreme Court is temporarily blocking an order that would lift pandemic-era restrictions on asylum seekers.
The order by Chief Justice John Roberts comes as conservative states are pushing to keep limits on asylum seekers that were put in place during the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Under former President Donald Trump, about 70,000 asylum-seekers were forced to wait in Mexico for U.S. hearings under the policy introduced in January 2019, which President Joe Biden suspended on his first day in office.
With the ending of Title 42 set for Dec. 21, 2022, many people are concerned about the impact for communities along the border and across the country. LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow talks with the new Director of American University's Center for Latin American & Latino studies about this.
The 38-year-old agent leaves behind two children, but has not been identified.
Bexar County (TX) Sheriff Javier Salazar says he is opening a criminal investigation into Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis over an operation to fly 50 migrants from Texas to Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts. Sheriff Salazar said he's looking to see if migrants were "lured" from the Migrant Resource Center under "false pretenses." The DeSantis administration said the migrants were informed of their destination and that they were given "multiple" opportunities to decline the trip. The administration also said the rumors about the migrants being promised jobs in Martha’s Vineyard were also untrue, and that the individuals were simply presented with information about the benefits and services that are commonly found in sanctuary states. California Gov. Gavin Newsom sent a letter to the U.S. Attorney General, asking him to investigate whether DeSantis could be charged with kidnapping.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday in a 5-4 decision that the Biden administration can repeal the Trump administration’s Migrant Protection Protocols, commonly known as the "Remain in Mexico" policy, reversing a lower court ruling.