The US is bracing for สมัครสมาชิก slotxo a 20-year high in numbers of migrants arriving at the southern border, including thousands of children who are being kept in government-run detention facilities that critics say are inhumane.
The record-breaking influx of children has left US immigration officials scrambling for solutions to a growing humanitarian crisis.
President Joe Biden has urged migrants not to attempt to travel to the US border - "Don't leave your town or city or community," he said in a recent interview - but with Donald Trump out of office, some believe immigration to the US is now more possible.
On 22 March, a Texas lawmaker released the first photos of the child detention camps from the Biden era.
How many children are being detained?
As of 21 March, US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents were holding more than 15,500 unaccompanied children in custody, according to US media.
Department of Homeland Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has said these camps, which are often compared to jails or warehouses, are "no place for a child".
At least 5,000 children have been kept for over 72 hours, the legal limit after which they are meant to be transferred to the custody of health officials in the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR). Mr Mayorkas blames pandemic restrictions and abnormally cold weather in Texas for the delay.
What are conditions like?
In short, we don't know.
Journalists have not yet been permitted inside the camps since President Joe Biden took office in January, although the White House says they will be.
But lawyers who represent the children, and lawmakers who have toured the camps, say that they are being held in cramped and overcrowded conditions.
Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar, who visited a government-run tent city in Donna, Texas, holding 1,000 people, released the first photos of the camps to be taken during the Biden presidency.