Charging Asylum Application Fees Is the Latest Way the US Could Make Immigrants Pay for Its Red Tape
The ability to pay should never stand in the way of refugees and asylum-seekers obtaining the protection to which they are legally entitled.
Truth, Justice and Declassification: Secret Archives Show US Helped Argentine Military Wage ‘Dirty War’ That Killed 30,000
Documents include the forced disappearances of 30,000 people, international assassination squads that stalked their victims abroad and the kidnapping of hundreds of babies born in detention.
As almost every country around the world detains asylum-seekers or other migrants, they are relying on detention to deter, punish and serve a variety of other purposes.
How did an American debate about racism make its way to this Latin American nation?
This Triple Crown season, which opens on May 4 with the Kentucky Derby, horses with Latin American bloodlines are among the top favorites.
Vox was founded in 2013 by Popular Party defectors with an anti-feminist, anti-gay and anti-immigrant political agenda.
White nationalists want America to be white again. But this will never happen. America is on its way to becoming predominantly nonwhite.
During the decade leading up to 2016, the city’s foreign-born population had roughly doubled to about 7,000, making it home to one of the nation’s fastest-growing immigrant communities.
Each year, school-aged children living with their families in California’s migrant family housing centers, many of whom are U.S. citizens, miss between three to six months of schooling.
The number of women who make difficult, often harrowing, journeys to the United States to flee domestic and gang violence is rising.
Can the Census Ask if You’re a Citizen? Here’s What’s at Stake in the Supreme Court Battle Over the 2020 Census
On the merits, the plaintiffs claim that the citizenship question is intended to discourage Latinos and other immigrants from participating in the 2020 census.
Many Brazilians feel this right-wing former congressman has not delivered on his campaign promises.
The harsh new sanctions reverse “the disastrous Obama-era policies, and finally end the glamorization of socialism and communism,” national security adviser John Bolton said.
Every year, tens of thousands of Americans take alternative spring breaks and mission trips or embark on “voluntourism” journeys.
Nicaragua’s “tropical spring” has lost its momentum. What happened?
Not much has changed.
To this day, translations of many world classics and works of Spanish literature are being reprinted using expurgated texts approved by the dictator’s censors—often without publishers even realizing it, let alone readers.
As researchers who regularly examine public opinion, we know it’s a stretch to conclude that half of Hispanics approve of Trump, let alone suggest that a majority back his proposed immigration policies.
As my doctoral research into Europe’s 2015-2016 refugee crisis shows, stricter border control doesn’t stop migration. Often, it makes it more dangerous.
A local vision for the border that is strikingly different from the prevailing U.S. view.