Facing A Monthslong Wait To Apply For Asylum, These Members Of The Caravan Went Searching For Another Way In
Unwilling to wait weeks in Mexico to press their asylum claims, a group of 30 caravan members, with a BuzzFeed News reporter in tow, search for a way to skirt the border barriers.
Transgender Members Of The Caravan Are Having A Hard Time Finding Sponsors In The US
"If they don't have a sponsor, they'll have to fight their case in detention."
How Close Did The Caravan Come To Breaching US Border Defenses At San Diego? Turns Out, Not That Close.
The 42 people from the caravan who crossed into US territory and were arrested over the weekend only made it to a no-man’s-land between two border fences.
The Mother In This Iconic Photo Of Sunday’s Border Teargassing Was Thinking Only Of Getting Her Children To Safety
“I thought my kids were going to die with me because of the gas we inhaled.”
Migrants Being Teargassed At The Border Is The Inevitable Consequence Of Trump’s Immigration Policies
Trump's policies to discourage migrants from coming to the US have only made the situation worse at the border.
The US Has Fired Tear Gas And Closed The Largest Border Crossing With Mexico After Migrants Marched To The Border
At least one member of the march made it into the United States and was apprehended. Mexican police urged the marchers to return to the stadium in Tijuana where many have been living for days.
This Is What The World Looks Like For Kids Traveling In The Caravan
Are the kids all right?
Most Members Of The Migrant Caravan Haven't Come Close To A US Soldier
“It is what it is."
LGBT Members Of The Caravan Went Ahead First To Dodge Danger And Discrimination
“These people have been harassed and terrible things have happened to them solely because of who they are.”
The US Is Making It Harder To Cross The Border At Tijuana
Troops deployed by the Trump administration spent Tuesday putting up wires and fencing at one of the busiest crossing points on the border.
Here's What's Wrong With Trump's Plan To Grant Asylum Only To Migrants Who Cross At A Port Of Entry
The waiting list to ask for asylum at the border crossing between Tijuana and San Diego is 1,000 people long. A Venezuelan who’d like to ask for asylum himself is in charge.
The Trump Administration Is Taking New Steps To Stop Migrants From Seeking Asylum
The new step comes as the administration claims that processing asylum claims is taking up an increasing amount of US government resources.
Members Of Last Spring’s Caravan Are Now In Mexico To Help With The Newest One
Pueblo Sin Fronteras didn’t organize the caravan now making its way through Mexico. But it was quick to rally people who’d made the trip before to help.
Critics Say The Trump Administration Hasn't Done Enough To Stop Right-Wing Extremism
"The administration bases its policies on what's the loudest and most clickable headline."
A Plaque Says This Fence In Southern California Is The First Completed Section Of Trump's Border Wall
The project to replace an old section of border wall was first requested in 2009. But a plaque dedicated Friday calls it the first section of Trump’s border wall.
The Vast Majority Of Asylum Applicants From The Last Migrant Caravan Were Allowed Into The United States
US immigration officials said 93% of the 401 applicants established that they had a credible fear of torture or persecution if they were returned to their home country.
As Tensions Build Over A New Caravan, Mexican Officials Seize The Man Who Organized The Last One
A video shows Irineo Mujica being shoved into a van by Mexican immigration agents and federal police.
Trump Threatened To Cut Foreign Aid To Central American Countries If They Don't Stop Migrant Caravans
Trump tweeted late Tuesday that anyone “entering the United States illegally will be arrested and detained, prior to being sent back to their country!”
A Caravan Of 1,600 Honduran Immigrants Has Crossed Into Guatemala, Hoping To Reach The US
The caravan is the second one of its size this year. The first one triggered an angry reaction from the Trump administration.
For The Families Of A Border Patrol Agent's Alleged Victims, The Pain Doesn't Stop
"The one thing all the articles mention is the victims were prostitutes. As if that makes her less of a victim."