The US embraced Afghan refugees. Where’s its sympathy for migrants at the border?

A new Vox/Data for Progress poll reveals some Americans’ selective stance on Afghan refugees.

Amid an outcry over the U.S. treatment of Haitian asylum-seekers, the beleaguered island country’s embattled prime minister pointedly said Saturday that inequalities and conflict drive migration. But he stopped short of directly criticizing Washington over the issue.

The fantasy of “orderly” mass migration is having a renaissance.

The Biden administration is continuing a long history of exclusionary policy against Haitian asylum seekers.

The current tragedy at the border is just the latest fallout from the U.S.’s failed policies toward Haiti.

Just yards from where thousands of migrants are waiting to be processed by American immigration authorities at the US-Mexico border in Del Rio, Texas, a new field hospital has opened up.

Dozens of children with non-Haitian passports have been sent to Haiti as part of the US government’s massive deportation operation this week, according to the International Organization for Migration.

The Biden administration’s response to the migrant crisis comes straight from Trump’s playbook: try to deter more from coming. It’s not working.

The Biden administration has deported more than 2,000 Haitians since last week, a nearly even mix of single adults and families, out of the more than 12,000 that have been apprehended in a small Texas town by border officials, according to internal accounts.