In Photos | US Mexico border following repeal of Title 42

Members of the Mexican National Guard stand in line while migrants wait to board a bus before being taken to Tuxtla Gutiérrez to continue their procedures and receive the 45-day multiple migration form that will allow them transit through Mexico and the North Border, in Tapachula, Mexico May 12, 2023.

Migrants near the border wall after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border to confront Border Patrol officers following the lifting of Title 42 restrictions.

US Border Patrol agents conduct strip searches on migrants who have crossed the border to confront officers.

Migrants charge their phones while waiting between border fences.

Volunteers help feed the migrants gathered between the primary and secondary border fences between the United States and Mexico.

Migrants from Russia and Haiti head to the Hidalgo International Border Bridge after receiving an asylum appointment in the United States via the CBP ONE app.

Migrants are seen near the border wall after crossing the border to confront US Border Patrol agents.

Migrants must first apply for asylum online or seek protection in the countries they have traveled through before doing so in the United States.

Winder (left), Javier (center) and Victor (right), who were recently granted asylum papers by US Customs and Border Protection, cover themselves with blankets after spending the night near a shelter in downtown Step.