New York City officials insisted that they were left in the dark about migrant bus arrivals to the city, but new documents are raising questions about what was known.
Migrants have been expelled from the United States more than 2.4 million times since the Trump-era, COVID-19 rule took effect in March 2020.
A federal judge has ordered President Biden's administration to lift Trump-era asylum restrictions that have been a cornerstone of border enforcement since the start of COVID-19.
A traveler arriving at JFK Airport from Punta Cana was caught smuggling cocaine hidden inside her wheelchair, federal authorities said.
The liquid methamphetamine was found inside dozens of condoms hidden in four pumpkins at a Texas border checkpoint, authorities said.
The man was in custody at the Ysleta Border Patrol Station in El Paso on Tuesday when he was shot, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a statement.
A relief center for migrants will soon be opening in the Orchard Beach parking lot and will offer shelter, food, legal aid, and more.
Controversy is growing over where asylum seekers arriving in New York City are being housed, with reports of overcrowding and a lack of privacy.
New York City plans to build 'Humanitarian Emergency Response and Relief Centers' to house the influx of migrants being bused to the city.
Nearly 7 of every 10 stops of Venezuelans crossing illegally into the country in August occurred at sectors of the Texas border. Officials said migrants were stopped over 200,000 times last month.
Two buses of migrants were dropped off Thursday morning outside Vice President Kamala Harris’s residence in northwest Washington, D.C.
With a surge of migrants being bused to the city by Texas officials, New York City Mayor Eric Adams says the shelter system is nearing its breaking point.
New York City officials claim that many of the migrants who are being bused from Texas did not want to go to New York so they are helping them get to other states.
Texas officials say 13 illegal immigrants were part of the human smuggling scheme.
Advocates demand that officials step up efforts to provide the thousands of asylum seekers being bused to New York City with housing, medical and legal services.
NYC officials claimed that many people wanted to get off the bus in different states, but were afraid to do so thinking they were being tracked.
Another five buses carrying asylum seekers and migrants from Texas arrived in New York City on Wednesday.
City leaders say they are expecting a huge influx of migrant children who arrived from Texas when the new school year begins, and have prepared a plan to welcome them.
Many of the migrants arriving almost every day now in New York City are in need of some sort of identification card. New York City has a program that allows any New Yorker to obtain one, regardless of immigration status.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced last week that his state would begin busing migrants to New York City, in response to the Biden Administration's "open border policies" which he says are overwhelming Texas communities.