Biden faces pressure as US sets new course on immigration
Honduran boys whose family wants to seek asylum in the U.S., play on the sidewalk in Tijuana, Mexico, Monday, Feb. 8, 2021. It's possible even more may come after the Biden administration announced Friday that it would slowly allow an estimated 25,000 people to enter the U.S. as their cases are reviewed. Jon Feere, a senior adviser to ICE under Trump, said such moves are part of a larger pattern that the Biden administration will come to regret. He says he intended to seek asylum based on the dangers he faced as an environmental activist protesting illegal logging in Honduras. But because he can't seek asylum at the official border crossing in San Diego, other migrants told him about a place he could try to cross illegally.