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'Dreamers' wait as Congressional Democrats push for an immigration reform measure

Within a sweeping budget reconciliation package, Democrat-drafted measure looks to provide a pathway to legal status for some 8 million.

ICE detention center response to COVID-19 a look at future pandemic handling

The Office of Inspector General found ICE detention centers weren’t following guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Mexico’s president says U.S. must tackle root causes of migration

Mexican leaders have faced sharp criticism after images showed the country’s immigration officials crack down on migrants at its southern border.

Border by numbers: all Border Patrol sectors aren't equal

Data show who crosses the border depends on location.

Border apprehensions rose to a new high in July, but so-called Title 42 expulsions are slightly down

Border-wide, less migrants were subject to Title 42 than were taken into custody. Still, less than half were released in the U.S.

Deaths along the Arizona-Mexico border are on pace to set a new record

More than 140 sets of remains have been recovered from the Arizona desert so far this year.

Migrants from Texas being flown to Tucson

As Rio Grande Valley surpasses capacity, Pima County administrator says some migrants and asylum seekers are coming to Tucson.

As Biden continues to use Title 42, ACLU resumes lawsuit against it

The controversial protocol allows border officers to turn migrants back across the border into Mexico without processing.

Arizona DACA recipient headed for the Olympics

Northern Arizona University track star Luis Grijalva came from Guatemala when he was 1-year-old

Mounting court backlogs drag out legal process for immigrants

A discussion with Tucson immigration attorney Patricia Mejia.

Migrant families find refuge at Tucson’s Casa Alitas

The non-governmental organization is seeing an increase in the number of people it's aiding this year.

Arizona 360 explores increase in border apprehensions and migrants’ journeys

Lorraine Rivera travels across Pima and Yuma counties for a firsthand look at enforcement and rescues.

Border Patrol chief who supported Trump's wall is forced out

Trump appointed official will be reassigned

Border officials warn of heat dangers in south Arizona

An excessive heat warning for many parts of southern and central Arizona is expected to begin Saturday

Border Patrol chief in Tucson discusses increase in apprehensions

Agents are encountering more single adults and children.

Arizona voters to decide on in-state tuition for Dreamers next year

A bill asking voters to repeal a portion of a 2006 law barring non-citizens from accessing the tuition rate passed Arizona Legislature Monday.

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