International Migration


New Refugee, Parole Program Offers Some Minors in Central America Legal Option to Come to US

The Department of State and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services launched an in-country refugee and parole program for certain minors in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras. Read more >

Immigration Rules in Bahamas Sweep Up Haitians

Kenson Timothee was walking down the street when a uniformed officer asked him a question that sends Bahamians of Haitian descent like him into a panic these days: Do you have a passport? Read more >

Deported children face deadly new dangers on return to Honduras

The Making of a Climate Refugee

Fears of immigration policy change triggers new wave of Cuban migrants

President Obama’s opening to Cuba has accelerated a surge in Cuban migration to the United States, the latest U.S. statistics show, as many on the island grow worried that America’s long-standing immigration benefits for Cubans are now in jeopardy.

View on Migration: UN takes refugees’ fingerprints

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