A Mexican railway operator has announced it is suspending train runs in the northern part of the country because so many migrants are climbing aboard freight cars and getting hurt in the process.
The Biden administration is giving temporary legal status to Afghan migrants who have already been living in the country for a little over a year.
Under intense political pressure from fellow Democrats, the Biden administration has announced it is granting protection to hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans who are already in the country.
A federal judge has declared illegal a revised version of a federal policy that prevents the deportation of hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.
The search continues for a dog which escaped its carrier at Atlanta’s airport three weeks ago.
A judge has ordered the state of Texas to move floating barrier from the waters of the US-Mexico border and onto a riverbank.
Texas has sent a total of 12 buses with migrants to Los Angeles since June.
Barrels of life-saving water that a human rights group strategically placed for wayward migrants traveling on foot have vanished.
A 3-year-old child riding one of Texas’ migrant buses died while on the way to Chicago, officials said Friday, the first time the state has announced a death since it began shuttling thousands of migrants from the U.S.-Mexico border last year.
The animals were found inside the luggage with air holes punched through it.
The incident took place in Texas, but the men were not located.
The group of Nigerian stowaways survived for two weeks on the cargo ship's rudder by reportedly drinking the ocean water crashing below them.
The Pentagon is pulling 1,100 active duty troops from the U.S.-Mexico border it deployed earlier this year as the government prepared for the end of asylum restrictions linked to the pandemic.
The Justice Department has told Texas that a floating barrier of wrecking ball-sized buoys the state put on the Rio Grande violates federal law and raises humanitarian concerns for migrants crossing into the U.S. from Mexico.
A Honduran migrant tossed his young daughter into the Rio Grande while trying to illegally cross the southern border from Mexico into Texas, authorities said.
Nearly 1,000 migrants from South America formed a group to head north together in hopes of reaching the U.S.
Jose Cruz Noguez was sentenced to 15 years in prison for coordinating a smuggling trip in which 25 migrants were stacked into a Ford Expedition that crashed into a tractor-trailer, leaving 13 dead.
Three adults and one little girl were trapped in a burning Norcross apartment building Thursday morning after a man wanted by immigration agents set it on fire, agents said.
A British court has ruled that a government plan to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda in an attempt to deter migrants from making risky journeys across the English Channel is unlawful.
A 39-year-old man from Nigeria will be spending time in prison for his role in a “transnational inheritance fraud scheme” that targeted older adults in America.