This article looks at the changes in global populations since 1950 and the projections for growth in the future. Amazing!
This op ed suggests that it may be time to rethink the U.S.’s Cuban migration policy, which provides unfair advantages to immigrants from this country and is a relic of the Cold War era.
This study reports that, contrary to popular belief, the number of EU immigrants claiming benefits in the UK is actually much lower than the number of British migrants claiming benefits throughout Europe.
This piece puts a face on the ten-year bar to entry for illegal presence in the U.S. The article follows a highly educated migrant who left the U.S. to get a visa to return to work with Mexican Americans in New York, but whose waiver was ultimately rejected, leaving him stranded in Mexico. Robert C. Smith, author of Mexican New York, is interviewed as well.
These maps do an excellent job of tracing the changes in American immigration over the centuries.
This piece discusses the issues of belonging experienced by many international adoptees, particularly those adopted into families of different ethnic or racial backgrounds. Additionally, it explores the interesting phenomenon of Korean adoptees who have returned to Korea, living in their ancestral homeland as expats.
This piece reports on a study published in the American Sociological Review, which finds that in the labor certification component of the green card process, Latin American migrants face greater discrimination than Asian or Canadian migrants.