The stateless Bajau people, also known as ‘sea nomads,’ have literally lived at sea for over 1,000 years.
An Uber driver who's been living in the US since 1999 is in immigration limbo—a repeat of a nightmare he faced under the Obama administration.
According to the UN's refugee agency UNHCR, one stateless child is born every ten minutes. VICE News interviewed a woman who spent half her life living with no nationality.
About 50,000 people living near the border shared by India and Bangladesh have been effectively stateless for years — but that will start to change today.
?In 2013 a Dominican Supreme Court ruling stripped an estimated half-million Dominicans of Haitian descent of their citizenship, leaving them essentially stateless.
In late 2008, Mike Gogulski walked into the US embassy in Bratislava, Slovakia, and renounced his citizenship; later he burned his passport in defiance. He is, in all likelihood, the only person alive today to have successfully made himself stateless...