The border is a vast, confusing place.
The country borders more than 300 countries.
Its borders are often contested and some nations don’t recognize the borders they have with others.
But, in the U.S., the border is an open-ended system, with each state’s own rules and laws governing how it should operate and who can and can’t cross it.
And, it’s one that is becoming increasingly porous, as more and more people try to get to and from the U, the most populous country in the world.
The U.N. refugee agency says the number of people crossing the U.-Mexican border is growing, though it remains relatively stable.
Its latest statistics, released Tuesday, show that the number had more than doubled over the past year to more than 9.5 million people.
It was the highest number since the agency began tracking the border in 1992.
But it’s not all bad news.
The U.K., Australia and Canada have all agreed to accept refugees, and Canada, Australia and the United States are all in the process of making that happen.
The Border Inspection Agency, the U-M program that keeps track of who is trying to enter the country, says it’s expected to report on a steady increase in people crossing into Canada this year.
In addition, the Department of Homeland Security says it has added more than 700 new Border Patrol agents and a border-control office.
The agency says it will continue to expand its border security operations.