Immigration in the US has become toxic. Can the Democrats and Republicans find a solution to this issue?
The Democrats and Republicans will have to compromise if they wish for any hope for immigration reform, border security or legal immigration, something that has been elusive for years
In 2005, 85,000 visas were available and the number is same even after 20 years. Opening more avenues for immigrant workers will help tame inflation and encourage economic growth, said a former Republican Congresswoman
With no escape from crisis-hit country, desperate Sri Lankans are risking their lives to enter India
Most Sri Lankan refugees would have been stranded if not found by the coast guard and taken to the camps. The refugee camps in Tamil Nadu, especially those with Sri Lankan refugees, are now open prisons overcrowded with multiple families jostling for space
According to the US Customs and Border Protection, India is the fifth largest source of illegal migrants entering the USA from the southwest border
With no more than 10,000 Indians eligible for green cards a year, a vast majority of applicants have no choice but to wait for their turn
Democrats dealt blow after Senate parliamentarian rules against immigration reform in $3.5 trillion Budget Reconciliation Bill
The decision by Elizabeth MacDonough, the Senate’s nonpartisan interpreter of its often enigmatic rules, is a damaging and disheartening setback for President Joe Biden.
American citizens, green card holders and others, say they have been waiting for more than a week for permission to board waiting charter flights out of the city of Mazar-e-Sharif in northern Afghanistan
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador Thursday said the strategy of containing migrants in the south was untenable and more investment was needed to keep central Americans from leaving their homes
After In the Heights, Lin-Manuel Miranda donates to immigrant rights groups to help marginalised communities
The actor is forever drawn to what he calls “the things that don’t leave you alone.” Immigration, he said, is both a passion and a foundational element of his work.
Lawyers and advocates question why most of the children are at unlicensed shelters.
Published in 2019, the book addresses the issue of migrant children traveling unaccompanied to the United States.
The COVID-19 pandemic initially blunted migration to the U.S. last year, but numbers were soon on the rise again.
As President Joe Biden undoes Trump immigration policies that he considers inhumane, he faces a major question: How far should he go to right his predecessor’s perceived wrongs?
Wanting to find a balance between a memory piece and melodrama, Chung imaged something that combined the neo-realism of Roberto Rossellini’s Stromboli with the earthy, wide-screen American epics like East of Eden and Giant that his father raised him on.
Joe Biden makes swift policy changes on COVID-19 and racial justice, but major speed bumps lie ahead
Biden has now signed about 45 executive orders, memorandums or proclamations enacting or at least initiating major policy shifts on a wide array of issues
Since taking the oath of office in 2016, US president Donald Trump has faced the same hard truth that each of his White House predecessors learned: Governing is rarely easy
Jacques Audiard’s Dheepan, about Sri Lankan Tamils in France, is a story of immigration in more ways than one
Dheepan won the Palme d’Or at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
The policy about foreign students was one of a number of measures Trump has taken to advance his agenda on immigration, using the coronavirus pandemic and the need to protect the country from health threats as justification
Reportage of sparse policing in Alaska villages wins Pulitzer Prize; coverage of Kashmir clampdown, Hong Kong protests gets photography awards
he Anchorage Daily News and ProPublica won the Pulitzer Prize in public service Monday for illuminating the sparse policing of remote Alaska villages, as a delayed awards ceremony recognized writing, photos and — for the first time — audio reporting
US eases immigration norms in view of COVID-19: H-1B holders, Green Card applicants get 60-day grace period to submit documents
The relaxations in the US immigration policy come in view of the coronavirus outbreak, which first surfaced in China''s Wuhan city in December, 2019. So far, the virus has claimed over 65,000 lives in the US and over 235,000 lives globally.