central american migration
Central American migrants in caravan: We're coming whether Trump wants us or not
“We are going to stay there until he opens them. Until God touches the heart of Donald Trump.”
Child Migrants Will Be Released from Family Detention Centers, But What About Their Parents?
Last week, a federal appeals court ordered the release of children from immigration detention centers, but that mandate does not apply to their parents.
Immigration Raids Are Targeting People with Valid Asylum Claims, According to a New Report
A new report from a coalition of immigration lawyers claims that many of the families picked up in immigration raids have valid asylum cases that have yet to be heard.
Why It's Almost Impossible to Get Asylum in Atlanta
Immigration judges in Atlanta denied 98 percent of asylum petitions last year—almost twice the national average.
Fear of Deportation Is Driving Migrant Kids to Stay Home from School
After a 19-year-old Honduran migrant at Riverside High School was captured by immigration agents, attendance reportedly dropped by one-third in several of the school's classes.
What Obama’s Immigration Crackdown Means for Central American Migrants
We talked to human rights activist and photojournalist Irineo Mujica about the heightened dangers faced by asylum seekers on their journey north.