Immigration News Blog
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Why fewer Mexicans are leaving their homeland for the U.S.
Workplace raids by immigration agents, nose-diving birthrates at home and the economic slowdown north of the border have convinced nearly half of Mexicans surveyed that life in their native country is as good or better than what would await them if they crossed into the U.S., according to findings released Thursday by the Washington-based Pew Research Center.
America's poorest border town: no immigration papers, no American Dream
In his third dispatch from the US’s most deprived communities, Chris McGreal visits Colonia Muñiz in Texas, where the right documents can make the difference between surviving and prospering
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Large Companies Game Visa System, and Jobs Leave U.S.