Visas

Hurricane Dorian

The Reason Hundreds of Hurricane Dorian Survivors Were Turned Away From the U.S.

Bahamians desperately trying to evacuate the devastated islands had to get off a Florida-bound ferry
Gaby Del Valle
9.9.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

You Need a Superhuman Memory to Fill Out Trump's New Visa Survey

Some applicants will have to provide 15 years of detailed info on travel, residency, and employment—plus their social media handles and email addresses.
Drew Schwartz
6.1.17
Travel

Traveling Abroad Sucks if You're an Ex-Con

Even after you've paid your debt to society, you can still get denied entry to another country.
Seth Ferranti
5.8.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump's Latest Order Could Make It Harder to Hire Foreign Workers

It asks federal agencies to review existing rules in an effort to push companies to pursue a "Buy American, Hire American" approach.
Drew Schwartz
4.18.17
foreign workers

Foreign coders get over 25 percent of America’s programming jobs

Matt Phillips
4.7.17
immigration

Donald Trump’s wimpy new war on Silicon Valley’s favorite visas

Noah Kulwin
4.4.17
Interviews

How Trump’s New Border Policies Will Hurt the American Metal Scene

KEN Mode's Jesse Matthewson discusses how to cross international borders, metal masculinity, and being a "blue state" band.
Kim Kelly
3.21.17
immigration

Britain's Citizenship Fee Leaves Some UK-Born Children Out in the Cold

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.
Matthew Broomfield
3.2.17
immigration

Tech companies race to defend H-1B visas as Republicans and Democrats threaten them

Noah Kulwin
2.6.17
russia

Hacker Claims Theft of Thousands of Passport Numbers from Russian Consulate

The hacker provided Motherboard with a file of some 6,000 records, containing passport numbers, email addresses, and phone numbers.
Joseph Cox
12.12.16
Film

The Forgotten Story of the Japanese 'Schindler's List'

Chiune Sugihara, sometimes called the "Japanese Schindler," was a diplomat living in Europe during WWII who defied his own government and issued thousands of transit visas to Jews facing execution. The overlooked hero is the focus of a new biopic.
Victoria Namkung
1.30.16
News

The UK's New VIP Visa Lounge in a Dubai Mall Sums Up Britain's Hypocrisy

A "platinum lounge" has opened at a Dubai mall's UK visa application center, with snacks, WiFi, and queue-jumping. Could there be anything more un-British?
Sam Kriss
1.24.16
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