The United States and Mexico are working together to increase the U.S.-Mexico border's security and to deter human smugglers.
The United States is working with Mexico and Central American governments to create more legal pathways for migrants entering the U.S.
The U.S. government is helping organizations in Central America increase economic opportunities and create a brighter future.
Vice President Kamala Harris and the State Department are working to address the root causes of migration, starting with increasing economic opportunities.
The U.S. public and private sectors are working to help people in Latin America with pandemic recovery, economic opportunity and climate change solutions.
President Biden signed three new executive orders February 2 aimed at improving the immigration system in the United States.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency has been finding and closing stash houses to protect migrants preyed upon by human smugglers.
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.