The expedited process doesn’t require Republican support and may be the best chance for reform in decades.
After years of neglect, U.S. border policy remains in crisis.
Immigration, the outgoing president’s signal issue, could be his gravy train after he leaves the White House.
Joe Biden’s biggest challenge lies at the U.S.-Mexico border, where an estimated 67,000 migrants are stranded.
One big question will be whether Biden is as willing as his predecessor to use his far-reaching presidential powers to reshape policy.
After Trump, can Americans bridge a chasm of political beliefs to meet halfway on immigration issues?
Immigrant rights advocates claim that the abuses of the criminal legal system parallel institutional injustices against migrants.
Migrant advocates are heartened by Biden’s pledge to reverse many of Trump’s signature actions—but want him to go much further.
An adviser for Physicians for Human Rights says that immigrant family separation cases meet all four United Nations criteria for torture.
Capital & Main’s new series examines whether the incoming president can tackle the nation’s migrant crisis.