This week Arizona 360 looks at the Biden Administration’s early moves on immigration and border security policies and how they impact Arizona. Tracey Horan with the Kino Border Initiative, a nonprofit that aids deportees and migrants in Nogales, Sonora, describes some of the lasting challenges facing migrants under the Trump Administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy and how some are responding to new leadership at the White House. University of Arizona assistant professor Javier Osorio also explains some of the factors driving recent migration patterns from Central America. The Arizona Republic’s U.S.-Mexico border reporter Rafael Carranza discusses which of the immigration policies President Biden has reversed or continued from the previous administration, as well as some of his early actions related to DACA. Tony Paniagua reports on how a halt on border wall construction could impact border communities that saw an injection of dollars from construction workers. Cross-border trade adviser Luis Ramirez offers an update on the impact of ongoing travel restrictions at ports of entry between Arizona and Mexico.