Topic: U.S. Border Response

HIAS advocates for the humane treatment of those seeking asylum at the U.S.-Mexico border. This work includes routinely organizing delegations of faith leaders to observe current conditions and HIAS’ and partner organizations’ work along the border. HIAS Mexico offers an array of services to asylum seekers in Mexico, including informing them of their rights and responsibilities when seeking asylum in the U.S.

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Mar 25, 2022

Title 42, a View From the Border in March 2022

Mar 25, 2022

Title 42, a View From the Border in March 2022 Sue Kenney-Pfalzer and Border Fellows describe the impact of Title 42 on the organizations, systems and people at United States' southern border.

Feb 2, 2022

Stories from the Border: U.S. Policy Drives Unsafe Migration

Feb 2, 2022

Stories from the Border: U.S. Policy Drives Unsafe Migration Current U.S. asylum policies have exacerbated the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border, according to experts speaking on the HIAS webinar: “Stories from the Border,” January 27.

Oct 20, 2021

MPP’s Return Will Make Bad Border Situation Worse

Oct 20, 2021

MPP’s Return Will Make Bad Border Situation Worse With the pending return of MPP, HIAS is on the ground in Mexico assessing the current situation.

Oct 1, 2021

Haitian Bridge Alliance and HIAS Fight Injustice Together

Oct 1, 2021

Haitian Bridge Alliance and HIAS Fight Injustice Together HIAS is supporting Haitian Bridge Alliance’s work in providing direct services to Haitian asylum seekers.

Sep 30, 2021

Briefing Call: Afghan Arrivals, Haiti, and More

Sep 30, 2021

Briefing Call: Afghan Arrivals, Haiti, and More Catch the latest developments about newly arrived Afghans, asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border, deportations to Haiti, and more.

Sep 23, 2021

Title 42: Over a Million Expulsions and No End in Sight

Sep 23, 2021

Title 42: Over a Million Expulsions and No End in Sight Title 42 has largely closed America’s borders to refugees and asylum seekers. When the pandemic hit, Trump administration invoked the 75-year-old public health law that, they claimed, gave immigration authorities the power to expel migrants without providing them their legally mandated opportunity to seek protection in the U.S.

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