In 2021, Sister Norma Pimentel escorts a young asylum seeker upon his entry into the United States in Brownsville, Texas. Her group was one of the first to cross into South Texas as part of the Biden administration's unwinding of the Trump-era Migrant Protection Protocols, (MPP), also known as the 'Remain in Mexico' immigration policy. Many of the asylum seekers had been waiting in the squalid camp alongside the Rio Grande in Matamoros for more than a year and became close to camp logistics workers, many of them American. The immigrants are now free to travel to destinations within the United States pending asylum court hearings. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)