The following question seems pretty natural, but searching online and looking in some obvious places didn't turn up much, so maybe I can ask it here. (Disclaimer: I'm a newcomer to this topic, so apologies if the question is obviously misguided.)

Suppose that $V_1 = X_1/\Gamma_1$ and $V_2= X_2/\Gamma_2$ are arithmetic quotients of Hermitian symmetric domains. Let $V_1^\ast$ and $V_2^\ast$ be their respective Baily--Borel compactifications. Now suppose we have an analytic map $f: V_1 \rightarrow V_2$. Does it extend to a morphism $f^\ast: V_1^\ast \rightarrow V_2^\ast$?

If the answer in general is no, are there any nontrivial cases in which it is yes? (For instance, the simplest example that comes to mind is the case where $X_1=X_2$, $\Gamma_1 \subsetneq \Gamma_2$, and $f: V_1 \rightarrow V_2$ is the quotient.)