As Title 42 Is Replaced By New Regulations, Migrants Congregate Along The Border Between The United States And Mexico

On May 12, when new immigration regulations went into effect, large groups of migrants gathered at several locations along the U.S.-Mexico border holding children or satchels of belongings and waiting to submit applications for asylum. As time went on, more people arrived.

Title 42, a 3-year-old asylum restriction, was repealed and new rules established by the Biden administration took its place.

Many people had been waiting for days on both sides of the border. A mother cradling a child in San Diego showed a wristband to a U.S. border guard to indicate that she was one of the people who had been waiting for the longest.

Many people had been waiting for days on both sides of the border. A mother cradling a child in San Diego showed a wristband to a U.S. border guard to indicate that she was one of the people who had been waiting for the longest.

Border agents oversaw masses of people waiting to be processed by immigration authorities and handled enormous queues of migrants. Lines of migrants sat in the sand outside a border fence gate in El Paso, Texas.

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In Brownsville, Texas, volunteers showed up at a border crossing and distributed pizza to people who were detained there.

The Texas National Guard was stationed outside the city keeping an eye out for unauthorized crossings close to rolls of razor wire.

Families of migrants kept coming to the border town of Matamoros, Mexico, which is located across the Rio Grande River from Brownsville. A Mexican immigration official transported a small group into the United States after receiving permission from a humanitarian organization.

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