The announcement of 20 new miles of fencing comes as Blinken and Mayorkas visit the country, and increases pressure on the U.S. president ahead of the 2024 elections.
Hispanic and progressive members of Congress have reacted angrily to the construction of the Trump administration’s work in southern Texas
The announcement of new construction on the border fence overshadowed the visit of Antony Blinken and Alejandro Mayorkas, with migration and drug-trafficking the main topics
Democratic administration waives 26 federal laws that could result in up to 20 miles of barriers in South Texas in bid to contain surge in illegal arrivals from Mexico
The Biden administration’s grant of temporary legal status to nearly 500,000 Venezuelans already in the United States may complicate its messaging abroad
U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty of Louisiana granted the injunction in response to a 2022 lawsuit brought by attorneys general in Louisiana and Missouri
Washington will open centers in Central and South America to process applications. “The end of Title 42 does not mean the border is open,” warn top U.S. officials
About 4 in 10 U.S. adults say the level of immigration and asylum-seekers should be lowered