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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

After Texas ruling on DACA, Arizona Dreamer says life on hold again

This month a federal judge in Texas ruled the Obama-era program was illegal, suspending new applications and renewals

CBP data shows another rise in apprehensions, repeat crossings

The agency says border officers encountered almost 190,000 migrants across the southwest border.

Uncertainty abounds as some asylum seekers bypass pandemic-era restrictions at border

Migrants part of DHS Title 42 exemption program find communities ready to help in the U.S., but more questions remain

Migrants in Nogales seek entry through exemption as pandemic-era restrictions drag on

A DHS program allows a few hundred people a day to gain entry through humanitarian exemption, but questions remain.

New ICE directive looks to limit detention for pregnant, nursing women

The new rule reverses a Trump-era policy forged in 2017.

Months-long backlog leaves first-time DACA recipients in limbo

Of some 55,000 first-time applicants, USCIS data shows just over 760 have been approved so far.

Supreme Court rules some immigrants don't have the right to a bond hearing

The ruling applies to immigrants who have already been deported once and say they'll face persecution or torture if returned home.

DACA recipients, undocumented people mark '20 years of uncertainty' on DREAM Act

Two decades since the first version of the DREAM Act was brought to the U.S. Senate, Arizona Dreamers host panel asking for change.

Report: ICE Detainees On Hunger Strikes Subject To Force-Feeding

The report, released by the advocacy groups Physicians for Human Rights and the ACLU, uses more than 10,000 pages of documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act.

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.

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