The U.S. is expanding the wall along its southern border. See how the U.S. is deterring illegal immigration while providing aid to Central America.
The U.S. remains committed to the health of people in Mexico and Central America, and has increased funding to both COVID-19 and economic initiatives.
After a successful strengthening of relationships with El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, the U.S. will increase financial aid for those countries.
The border wall at the U.S. southern border works alongside cooperation with Central American governments to ensure a legal immigration process.
As more families are migrating to the U.S.-Mexico border from Central America, human smugglers are primed to exploit their vulnerability.
The United States and Honduras have signed four arrangements over the past week to address irregular mass migration and to protect families seeking asylum.
The United States and El Salvador signed an asylum agreement to curb human trafficking and provide a humane solution to the issue of migration.
President Trump spoke to world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly in New York September 24. Here are some excerpts from his speech.
President Trump laid out the perils of making the border crossing from Central America and vowed to further clamp down on human smuggling and trafficking.