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We spoke to artists who have painted "Fuck Trump" murals, created instruments from items abandoned by border crossers, and used paint to make parts of the fence disappear.
The USA is seen as a country of opportunities, which is why it attracts so many people from all over the world. But in many cases, in order to achieve your dreams, you have to sacrifice a lot. I often ask myself whether or not all of that sacrifice was wo…
Where she stands on Donald Trump's biggest issue.
Undocumented youths like Juan Carlos Ramos would have qualified for legal benefits under a program introduced by President Obama and struck down by the Supreme Court last week. Now they face potential deportation.
Does the Supreme Court's 4-4 split on the president's executive actions on deportations mean those measures are definitely dead?
Hemmed in by circumstance, Syrian refugee women often find that the simplest path to stability is marrying a man—even if that man is already married.
We asked a few former criminals to find out if there's any truth in the EU Referendum Leave camp's claims.
We caught up with Larissa Martinez and Mayte Lara, the valedictorians who used their high school graduations to announce their status as undocumented immigrants.
Growing up, I felt I had two distinct incompatible identities. But I found refuge in the music of weirdos like PJ Harvey.
In the last few years, the number of Chinese immigrants caught crossing into the United States from Mexico at the San Diego border has skyrocketed.
A new report from a coalition of immigration lawyers claims that many of the families picked up in immigration raids have valid asylum cases that have yet to be heard.
They go to the best universities in their home countries. But in America, they're just "the help."
The consensus: It probably wouldn't.
Immigration judges in Atlanta denied 98 percent of asylum petitions last year—almost twice the national average.
He picked up his camera and started taking photos of the people who've made Sheffield their new home each year since 1945.
Swedish politician Gulan Avci explains how her country should respond to a rise in male migrants.
The 13 plaintiffs are among thousands whose immigration applications have been flagged for "national security concerns," which some say is a result of ethnic and religious discrimination.
Food creates an invisible bridge between people, and my biweekly refugee dinner series aims to connect Berliners to the migrants making a home in Germany.
For Flint's Spanish-speaking population, many of the warning signs about the lead water crisis have gone unnoticed.
It can take years for the government to process asylum cases, throwing asylum seekers into legal limbo and leaving many without options for permanent housing.
La Chinesca is made up of a series of underground tunnels beneath Mexicali, where Chinese immigrants lived for half a century.
Marrying your way into Canada isn't as easy as it sounds, America.
A small subset of green card applicants has to leave the US for medical screening, and those who are HIV-positive may end up without access to their medication for months.