What would the end of DACA mean for the 704,000 Dreamers currently enrolled? DACA provides a two-year period of work authorization and protection from deportation. A prohibition on renewal applications would, therefore, mean that DACA recipients lose these protections on a rolling basis over the next two years.
Far from leading to substantive reforms, Rome’s new line on immigration risks deepening the rift in the EU.
For thousands of refugees, the Mediterranean Sea is the last obstacle. On distant shores lies Greece, a center for displaced persons. In 2016 alone, over 50,000 refugees applied for asylum in Greece. Thousands more are to join their ranks since then. Hundreds drown in capsized vessels and makeshift rafts every year — a grim testament to the hardships many refugees are willing to endure for the chance at a better life.
NY State and City Comptrollers Thomas P. DiNapoli and NYC Comptroller Scott M. Stringer join 41 American companies in charge against President Trump’s executive orders and proclamation.
A new study conducted by the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs and the Mayor’s Office for Economic Opportunity shows that passage of the DREAM Act could benefit over 470,000 New Yorkers.
The total absence of European policies to address climate-driven migration from Africa is deeply concerning.
Congress has an opportunity to build on DACA's success. An immigration expert explains how.
Many immigration advocacy groups oppose the Trump administration's announcement to terminate the DACA program, calling it "un-American".
According to the largest study to-date, DACA recipients continue to play a critical role in the American economy, gaining higher wages, buying cars and houses, and starting businesses benefiting the entire nation.
Changes to H-1B visa program will impact computer programmers from India the most.