It's not clear how current White House officials will handle incoming migrants and asylum seekers after the Supreme Court's ruling.
The U.S. had 2 million fewer working-age immigrants at the end of 2021 than it would have had if pre-pandemic trends continued.
The move is intended to ease a massive backlog at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, but not every applicant is eligible.
It lets people get work permits and protects them from deportation. The status does not offer a path to citizenship.
Experts say U.S. progress in STEM fields is closely tied to immigration policy.
COVID-19 raised questions about the working and living conditions for some of the country's immigrant workers.
The collaboration is designed to address the roots of migration by improving conditions in Central American countries.
For some jurisdictions, the grant money is the biggest source of federal law enforcement funding.
The original program that imported Mexican labor ended in the 1960s due to rights violations. Biden and Lopez Obrador may discuss a similar plan.
As President Trump visits the Texas-Mexico border, we look at the role of private prisons in immigration detention.