Title 42 allows migrants to be expelled from the U.S. on public health grounds and was first enacted in response to COVID-19.
Title 42 was initially introduced two years ago in hopes to stop the spread of COVID-19 but has now become a divisive border control issue.
The three citizens say they are questioned about their faith every time they return from an international trip.
U.S. Border Control reported 12,011 encounters with unaccompanied minors in February compared with 8,760 in January.
Officials said the Belarus government is "using them [migrants] to escalate the border crisis and provoke Poland."
There will never be enough "reception centers," processing capacity or judges to handle the influx.
Due to drastic inflation in Zimbabwe, many people risk their lives to cross over to South Africa for basic goods such as cooking oil and laundry powder.
The 3-year-old girl was reportedly asked to choose between her mother and father by border agents, who told the family that they would be separated after arriving at the holding facility.
The acting Department of Homeland Security secretary attempted to clarify confusion surrounding the relocation of migrants
Animated border security agents will try to detect deception by analyzing human micro-expressions.
America might want to take a page out of the playbook of Plan Colombia, a model program pioneered under Republican and Democratic administrations that delivered results overseas – and for our own interests at home.
Arnovis Guidos Portillo was deported back to El Salvador while daughter, Meybelin, was sent to Phoenix detention center.
"I can't for the life of me understand how it keeps America great to push people to the front of the line who have violated our laws," said Dobbs.
They come here seeking refuge from gangs, trafficking and war.
"If this fence is inevitable, it might as well be built well, and by us," one firm said.
"The problem we have nowadays is this form of low-cost terrorism," the National Front leader said.
Trump administration is "trying to make citizens afraid of immigrants and make immigrants afraid of law enforcement," critics say.
Forty-six percent agreed that greater control over immigration was more important.
The country's outgoing defense minister said he hopes his successor will continue the policy.
In the Rio Grande Valley, the barrier erected to keep out illegal immigrants is imperiling rare and endangered animal species.
Now that we know exactly how many overstay their visas, what is Congress going to do about it?
The route to helping desperate migrants in Europe lies in more solidarity, not less