Is a Pardon for Dreamers the Only Way to Protect Them?

There is growing desperation among immigrant rights groups amid continued policy paralysis and a tightening of rules under the Biden administration.

Fears of a Return to Chinese Exclusion Act as US-China Tensions Rise

Chinese living in the US are watching the deterioration of US-China relations with a mix of fear and, for some, cautious optimism.

The Loneliness of Immigrant Elders

The recent mass shootings in California put a tragic spotlight on the isolation and invisibility of many immigrant elders in the state.

Will the North American Leadership Summit Result in Substantive Immigration Policy Change?

President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador Jan. 10 to discuss the U.S.-Mexico-Canada relationship. The meeting focused heavily on immigration.

Farmworkers Still Exposed to Highest Infection Rates — Experts Warn Against Normalizing COVID

Although recognized as essential workers, their work has exposed and continues to expose them to the most severe impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cross Border Migration is Changing. Our Policies Aren’t.

The focus on the number of migrants seeking to enter the U.S. misses a key aspect of how migrant flows are changing and why border policy needs to adapt.

Remembering Fred Ross Jr., Lifelong Organizer and Social Justice Champion

Fred Ross Jr. worked to improve conditions for farmworkers, attack causes of migration from Central America, and speed up the naturalization process.

New Report Details the Harmful Legacy of Trump’s Subversion of Public Health

The report provides details about the genesis of Title 42 and how political calculations "steamrolled" pandemic science and public health.

To See Where Immigration in the US is Headed, Look to Where It’s Been

"Immigration: An American History" looks at the role immigration has played in America’s history, and what that history tells us about our current moment.

Biden Administration Guts Most of Public Charge Rule, But Immigrants Still Fearful

While the move lifts many of the restrictions imposed under the previous administration, many immigrants are still fearful of seeking benefits.

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