The president of Mexico told people deported from the US, “You’re not alone.” But Omar Blas Olvera felt alone trying to restart his life and put his family back together in Mexico.
The Univision journalist, who has a new book out, discusses covering the Trump administration as a Mexican American dual citizen living in the United States.
After weeks of travel across Mexico by bus, freight train and foot, more than 150 migrants from Central America — part of a caravan that has gained international attention — await their turn to apply for asylum at the Southern US border. Just how does the process work?
Some lawyers question why US border officials are unable to process the asylum-seeking migrants from Central America, as the "caravan" has made international headlines during its travels north through Mexico.
A new project is building on that collection, but this time with a much more inclusive catalog.
Justices on Wednesday raised a series of questions that led many to suggest they did not see a coalition of enough judges to overturn President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
An internal federal immigration handbook’s regulations outlining how minors “aging out” of custody are supposed to be treated contrasts starkly with realities on the ground, according to immigration advocates and a federal judge’s ruling.
A federal court ruling gives the government 90 days to explain why it changed the immigration policy — or to begin accepting new DACA applicants.
The president has certain powers to protect the country, but the children of people incarcerated in World War II say that power can be abused. The court should be a check.
Stanford historian Ana Raquel Minan’s “Undocumented Lives” focuses on how policy shifts in both Mexico and the United States have changed the daily lives of Mexican migrants for decades.