A federal notice announced expansions to the CAM program for parents and legal guardians from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras.
The Biden administration rebooted and expanded the Central American Minors program two years ago. But very few—if any—Guatemalan children have arrived.
Climate hazards in Central America and a lack of investment in resilience and recovery efforts has made the region vulnerable to climate displacement.
Countries in the Western Hemisphere must work together to ensure Venezuelans are provided protection and opportunity.
The United States has an opportunity to support the rights of LGBTQ+ displaced people in the Americas.
Refugees International joins 83 other organizations in calling on the Biden administration to take steps to redress the return of asylum seekers to Guatemala under the Asylum Cooperative Agreement (ACA).
Refugees International is concerned that Vice President Harris’ message to Guatemalans undermines the right to seek asylum under U.S. law.
Refugees International Latin America Advocate Rachel Schmidtke reacts to news that the Biden administration has secured agreements with Mexico, Honduras, and Guatemala to put more troops on their borders.
Refugees International on the report of U.S. Department of Homeland Security agents working in Guatemala, illegally arresting and transporting Honduran migrants to the Honduran border.
En los últimos años, Estados Unidos y México han adoptado una serie de medidas que facilitan la devolución de guatemaltecos a su país de origen.