Elements of the security force guard the border wall in Ciudad Juárez, to prevent the clandestine crossing of migrants
The Texas National Guard stands guard on the banks of the Rio Grande, after the United States Supreme Court upholds the extension of Title 42.
The Texas National Guard places barbed wire along the banks of the Rio Grande.
Aerial view of hundreds of migrants waiting to be processed by US Border Patrol agents.
Venezuelan immigrants camp on the Rio Grande to cross the border and request asylum in the United States.
Migrants mainly from Nicaragua, Haiti, Peru and Venezuela hope to cross on foot to turn themselves in to US authorities and request asylum.
Rosa Rivas, a migrant from Venezuela, holds her son as she applies for refuge in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua (Mexico).
Carmen Aros and four of her five daughters of Mexican origin wait to cross the border into the United States in a shelter in Ciudad Juárez (Mexico).
Migrants camp overnight in freezing temperatures in downtown El Paso, Texas.
A young man trips while crossing the Rio Grande River into El Paso, Texas, to seek asylum.
Migrants wait in the shelter of the Church of the Sacred Heart in El Paso (USA). Oscar Leeser, the mayor of El Paso, declared a state of emergency in the town on Saturday.
US Army soldiers stand in front of a fence on the banks of the Rio Grande in El Paso, Texas.
Texas National Guard officers guard the border with Mexico in the face of the massive arrival of migrants.
The US Supreme Court postpones the end of Title 42, the rule that allows deporting migrants, the extension of which has been requested by 19 Republican states.
A member of the Texas National Guard stands guard on the banks of the Rio Grande.
A migrant boy, who is traveling with his family seeking asylum, waits near members of the Texas National Guard.
Venezuelan migrant Alejandro Rojas, 22, looks toward the United States draped in his country’s flag as he waits for the opportunity to cross from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.
A migrant cross the Rio Grande with her hands up, in front of the spiked fence put up by Texas National Guard agents.
The US military guards the El Paso border with Mexico.