As refugee resettlement agencies ramp up to receive thousands of Afghan refugees, getting them visas and onto flights at Kabul’s airport is proving difficult.
One expert says the move by the State Department is "mostly symbolic and another way to say the U.S. is closed."
Bahamians desperately trying to evacuate the devastated islands had to get off a Florida-bound ferry
Peter Dutton has slashed 21,000 places from the annual intake, in an attempt to make sure we’re “getting the best possible migrants”.
A landmark new report shows what many of us quietly already knew: Australia exploits its overseas workers.
Some applicants will have to provide 15 years of detailed info on travel, residency, and employment—plus their social media handles and email addresses.
It asks federal agencies to review existing rules in an effort to push companies to pursue a "Buy American, Hire American" approach.
KEN Mode's Jesse Matthewson discusses how to cross international borders, metal masculinity, and being a "blue state" band.
After a decade spent living in the UK, children are legally entitled to become British citizens, but only if their parents can come up with the $1,150 registration fee.