Remain in Mexico
"When I get mad they give me shots."
A VICE News story by Emily Green about a Honduran migrant kidnapped in Mexico was turned into a radio piece by This American Life. And it won the first-ever Pulitzer for audio reporting.
The court said the Trump administration can continue its “Remain in Mexico” program. Migrants say they're “in a complete state of limbo.”
Advocates contend it left vulnerable groups — including folks who are LGBTQ or pregnant — living in unsafe, overcrowded encampments.
Volunteers provide lights, food, Santa, and a respite from misery.
Hundreds of migrants forced to wait out U.S. asylum claims in Mexico are living at the foot of a border crossing bridge.
More than a quarter of them are under 5, and at least 400 are infants
They camped out to protest the Trump policy that's forced tens of thousands of asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico while their cases are decided.
Julián Castro Tried to Get 12 Migrants out of the 'Remain in Mexico' Program. They Were All Turned Away.
DHS has said people from “vulnerable populations” can be removed from the program on a “case-by-case basis.” Not this time.
Migrants have to brave crime-ridden cities, hours of travel, and crossing the border to make it to asylum hearings.
She died along with her 21-month-old son.
Since the policy went into effect almost 8 months ago, some 40,000 have been forced to wait in Mexico while their asylum cases play out.