With the expansion of the child tax credit, more immigrant families can get help.
Scandals related to money from USAID have undermined the fight against corruption and migration in Guatemala, critics say.
U.S. Border Patrol agents rescued the girl and reunited her with her mother.
Trump-era policies have been reversed, but major barriers to women finding protection in the United States remain.
Voters have key concerns about immigration, poverty, drug trafficking and the 2009 military coup.
After months of traveling with a caravan, Fernando Hernández’s life took an unexpected turn.
Mexico is experiencing an unprecedented migratory wave — 147,000 undocumented people traveled the country in eight months, often clashing with authorities.
Migrants face hunger, thefts, kidnappings and harsh weather conditions in the Darien Gap, between Colombia and Panama.
Despite tales of suffering and abuse, desperate Kenyans continue to flock to the Gulf in search of greener pastures.