“We said never again, but here we are.”
“Some immigrants have been withdrawing cases against their lawyers’ advice, saying they’re more afraid of being in detention during a coronavirus outbreak than of what might be waiting in the places they fled.”
Three asylum seekers navigate coronavirus and climate change at the U.S.-Mexico border.
In their own words, eight would-be Americans share their experiences — and the challenges they’ve faced amid the Trump administration’s crackdown on legal and unauthorized immigration.
Gabriel Thompson takes us into San Francisco Immigration Court and the labyrinthine system that asylum seekers—and attorneys and judges—are up against.
A trans activist from El Salvador who has helped countless trans migrant women fight for asylum in the U.S. finds asylum for herself.
Migrant children, many of whom are unaccompanied minors, are traveling to the U.S. border to escape violence and seek asylum. Is anyone listening to their stories?
Closed borders and closed minds are trapping African LGBTI asylum seekers in hostile countries.
Alice Driver travels into the heart of the caravan.
Thousands of Haitians who fled the United States on foot last summer have started very different lives in Canada.