The protesters called on President Joe Biden to extend TPS to 15 countries.
The dream of heading to the U.S. for asylum seekers can be paved with a lot of dangers, sometimes fantasy and often broken promises.
Just as the coldest weather in more than 30 years brought new misery to asylum-seekers stranded in a refugee camp in Mexico, an end to their plight may be in sight.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Executive Office for Immigration Review have issued a final rule affecting would-be asylum seekers and others seeking refuge in the U.S. who may have come into contact with the coronavirus.
The Kino Border Initiative, a ministry funded by Catholic Extension in the Diocese of Tucson, Arizona, to host and livestream “The March of the Children Seeking Asylum” Oct. 21.
Fear gripped asylum-seekers waiting in Mexico have endured months of hardships.
Kuchinate, the African Women Refugee collective, provides a source of income and support for Israel’s most vulnerable population of African women asylum-seekers.
Sister Norma Pimentel made a public plea July 6 to keep an eye on the plight of asylum-seekers during the coronavirus pandemic.