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Pub. 18 Abr 2022 – 11:23 AM EDT
Act. 18 Abr 2022 – 11:28 AM EDT

The wave that's coming

Title 42 is a Covid-19-related immigration policy inherited from the Trump Administration and taken advantage of by the Biden Administration for more than a year. But it's coming to an end in May.
Pub. 19 Feb 2022 – 06:03 PM EST
Act. 20 Feb 2022 – 08:37 AM EST

The migration lottery: Haitian migrants abandon 'American dream' and head to Canada

Thousands of Haitians flocked to the United States last year after the election of Joe Biden in the hope of benefiting from a more generous welcome from the White House than what awaited them under Donald Trump. But those hopes quickly evaporated. ( Leer en español)
Pub. 3 Dic 2021 – 11:35 AM EST
Act. 3 Dic 2021 – 12:18 PM EST

A migration timebomb? What's behind Nicaragua's announcement to allow Cubans to enter without visas?

Veteran analysts of Cuba see the hallmarks of well-tried strategy by Havana's ruling Communist Party to create an escape valve for growing political pressure on the island after mass protests in July. ( Leer en español)
Pub. 17 Nov 2021 – 05:58 PM EST
Act. 17 Nov 2021 – 06:08 PM EST

New immigration policy could help some undocumented veterans seek naturalization

A former U.S Marine facing deportation 30 years after he left active duty can now apply for naturalization, after Immigration Service expands rules, his lawyer says. ( Leer en español)
30 Sep 2021 – 05:47 PM EDT

Insecurity in Haiti propels need for border fence in Dominican Republic

President Luis Abinader announced earlier this year that the project would be completed in two years, and recent events in Haiti have only increased his concern about insecurity in that country. Relations between the two neighbors have been historically difficult, marked by xenophobia.
26 Sep 2021 – 11:45 AM EDT

A Haitian odyssey: from Chile to Texas. Why was the Biden administration so caught off guard?

This is the story of a family that traveled from Santiago, Chile to Del Rio, Texas over the course of a month. Thousands of others who followed the same route ended up in a migrant camp under a bridge, causing a major humanitarian embarassment for the Biden administration. ( Leer en español)
11 min de lectura
2 Sep 2021 – 11:49 AM EDT

Migrant crisis on the border worsens as system collapses

The crisis along the southern border is not going away. While Trump tried to fix it by decree, Biden is trying to overhaul the process. But experts warn the problem goes beyond policy: The immigration system is obsolete and cannot handle an exodus that does not stop.
12 min de lectura
23 Jul 2021 – 02:32 PM EDT

Mexico is fast becoming a leading refugee destination in the Americas

In the first half of 2021, Mexico has received a record 51,654 asylum requests from migrants coming from 83 countries around the world, mostly Honduras and Haiti.
4 min de lectura
7 Jun 2021 – 01:28 PM EDT

The invisible border wall

Por::Real America with Jorge Ramos
President Biden promised change at the southern border. But by continuing a Trump-era policy, known as Title 42, his administration is creating an invisible wall for thousands of asylum seekers who now find themselves in an indefinite limbo throughout border cities.
5 min de lectura
5 Jun 2021 – 11:03 AM EDT

Mission Impossible? Kamala Harris seeks new allies in Central America as officials emphasize anti-corruption message

In her first foreign trip as vice president, Kamala Harris is seeking to tackle the seemingly insoluble problem of poverty, migration and corruption in Central America. The Biden administration's policy is a new, comprehensive, humanitarian approach. ( Leer en español)
7 min de lectura
2 Jun 2021 – 07:21 PM EDT

What's drawing Cuban rafters back to Florida despite their limited legal options to remain?

The arrival of a homemade sailboat with at least 10 suspected Cuban migrants on a popular South Florida beach on Monday appears to indicate a resurgence in illegal migration from the communist-run island hit hard by the pandemic.
6 min de lectura
6 May 2021 – 06:48 PM EDT

We Are Adam

The words "we are Adam" have become a rallying cry online and at protests in the weeks after 13-year-old Adam Toledo, a Mexican-American 7th grader, was fatally shot by Chicago police. Now, his death has sparked a movement against police killings of Black and Latino children. Hashtags: #AdamToledo #WeAreAdam
30 Abr 2021 – 06:03 PM EDT

After 100 days, immigration activists want more fire from Biden

Por::Real America with Jorge Ramos
Immigration activists say they are tired of false promises that something will happen and something will change permanently. "I don't think that President Biden has done enough,” Susie Lujano, a DACA recipient from Houston told Real America with Jorge Ramos.
4 min de lectura
29 Abr 2021 – 06:13 PM EDT

Biden's 100 Days On Immigration

Biden was elected on the promise of undoing Trump's anti-immigration legacy. Here's how he's doing 100 days in.
22 Abr 2021 – 06:21 PM EDT

Mexico's Climate Crisis

Award-winning actor-turned-filmmaker Gael Garcia Bernal documents the environmental and climate crisis his beloved Mexico is facing in a new, 6-part series.
20 Abr 2021 – 12:08 PM EDT

Deportado Coffee: Felix Zuniga was deported to Colombia, but now he is an exporter with his own specialty brand

Feliz Zuniga is a former DEA informant who was deported to Colombia after four decades in the United States. Now, inspired by his native land's best known natural resource, he has founded a new business, with an ironic twist. ( Leer en español)
10 min de lectura
16 Abr 2021 – 03:27 PM EDT

Adiós Venezuela

Por::Real America with Jorge Ramos
Over 5 million Venezuelans have left their country since 2015, a mass exodus representing one of the largest refugee crises in the world. Now that they have been granted temporary protected status, or TPS, the future in the U.S. is looking brighter for many of the displaced.
3 min de lectura
15 Abr 2021 – 07:05 PM EDT

Adiós Venezuela

Over 5 million Venezuelans have left their country since 2015, a mass exodus representing one of the largest refugee crises in the world. Now that they have been granted temporary protected status, or TPS, the future in the U.S. is looking brighter for many of the displaced.
8 Abr 2021 – 06:22 PM EDT

Mis Manos: Camilo's World

Colombian singer and songwriter Camilo is part of a new generation of artists achieving mainstream success en español. His latest album “Mis Manos” shows the U.S. and global audience is “crossing over” to Spanish-language music.
2 Abr 2021 – 10:03 AM EDT

The crisis over the border-crisis

Republicans and Democrats are squabbling over whether there is a crisis at the border. If the truth be told, both sides have a valid point — although neither is being entirely honest about it.
4 min de lectura