Immigrant rights advocates are seeking a new temporary protected status program for people from Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Honduras.
Mexican officials say labor provisions of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) include health protections for migrants regardless of immigration status.
The new restrictions are set to take effect in January.
The storm has left scores of people dead and over 100 others missing in Mexico and Central America after it made landfall as a category 4 hurricane.
The protesters threw molotov cocktails at officers in Mexico City on Monday during a demonstration marking International Safe Abortion Day.
In a 5-4 vote, the court rejected the request made by an environmental group and a border community group.
The proposal, which still needs further approval, will impose prison time on those who force others to undergo the medically denounced practice.
Some people have sought deportation due to fear of contracting COVID-19 inside detention facilities.
The Trump administration has taken multiple steps to speed up deportations and restrict access to asylum.
The president is receiving treatment and will work remotely and through his aides.
The virus poses an additional risk for rescuers and evacuees and will make it harder to persuade people to leave their homes, experts say.
According to Williams Institute research, the Supreme Court's landmark decision also supported some 45,000 jobs.
Nearly 400 migrant children intercepted at the U.S.-Mexico border have been deported in the past two weeks under new border restrictions.
Advocates say the closures will have a devastating impact on the queer community's most vulnerable members.
Unions representing immigration judges and prosecutors called for the shutdown.
Expected travel restrictions to limit the spread of the coronavirus could hurt U.S. fruit and labor production.
If the legislation passes, Canada would become the fourth country in the world to make the medically denounced practice illegal.
The Trump administration has sent tens of thousands of asylum-seekers to Mexico under the policy.
The U.S., Canada, Chile, Mexico and Germany are among the nations seeking to outlaw the medically denounced practice, according to a human rights group.
President Donald Trump said Mexico would pay for his wall.