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MPI’s Jill Wilson provides an in-depth look at the United States’ population of people born in Africa.

State Dept. Tightens Rules on Visa Applicant Interviews...
Agreements With Chile, Singapore Open Door to Trade in Services...
DHS Fully Implements Foreign Student Tracking System...
TPS Extended for Montserratians, Salvadorans, Somalians...
DHS Expands Efforts to Deport ‘Predatory’ Criminal Aliens...

France's traditions of secularism and Roman Catholicism are being tested as the country tries to integrate a growing Muslim population, according to Patrick Simon of INED.

Veysel Oezcan of Humboldt University Berlin reports on how fewer foreign residents of Germany are obtaining citizenship under the provisions of a citizenship law passed in 2000.

MPI's Maia Jachimowicz maps out the challenges ahead for Argentina, which is witnessing an outflow of people amidst continuing economic hardships.

Justice Dept. Report Cites Abuse of Detainees After Sept. 11...
Court Approves Ongoing Secrecy on Post-Sept. 11 Detainees' Names...
Hispanics Become Largest Minority in the United States...
Post-Sept. 11 Economic Woes Squeeze H-1B Visa Program...

Frank Laczko of the IOM examines how increasing numbers of Chinese immigrants are entering Europe.

Waves of emigrants from the Federated States of Micronesia are building new lives abroad, according to MPI Data Manager Elizabeth Grieco.

A massive offensive by the Indonesian army against rebels in the province of Aceh has raised fears that many civilians will be driven out of their homes.

The German government is testing various biometric registration methods for visa applicants.

Migration is assuming increasing importance in measurements of population change relative to other demographic phenomena such as births and deaths. Migration flows, however, pose particular challenges to the production and measurement of reliable and widely comparable statistics, as this article explores.

New Tracking System Will Photograph, Fingerprint Visa Holders...
Somali Bantu Refugees Resettled to the U.S....
Deadline Nears for LIFE Act Permanent Residency Applications...
Temporary Protected Status Extended for Hondurans, Nicaraguans...
ICE Slated for Reorganization...

MPI Research Assistant Kevin O'Neil outlines key aspects of remittances from the United States.

Seeking economic success, many nations have created legal opportunities to "buy" their passports.

Non-permanent, circular migration between nations has increased. Graeme Hugo of the University of Adelaide looks at the implications for development in Asia.

Manuel Orozco of Inter-American Dialogue examines the increasing relevance of economic ties between diasporas and home country economies in Latin America.

Global remittances by migrants seem to be on the rise, and Richard Black of the University of Sussex maps out the issues this presents for researchers and policymakers.

Migration and development are high on the international agenda, and Sharon Stanton Russell of MIT highlights emerging features of the policy debate.

Nicholas Van Hear of the Institute for International Studies presents some of the distinct features of refugee diasporas, as well as their impact on development policy.

MPI Research Assistant Kevin O'Neil outlines key aspects of remittances from the United States.

The Source presents three tables ranking countries around the world by total remittances received, by remittances per capita, and by remittances per GDP, based on the latest International Monetary Fund data.

MPI Co-Director Kathleen Newland provides a concise overview of the impact of rich country migration policies on poor country development.

B. Lindsay Lowell of Georgetown University sketches the big picture of skilled migration, touching on both negative impacts and positive feedback for developing states.

This updated timeline of key developments since September 11 tracks the latest connections between immigration and national security.

MPI Policy Analyst Monette Zard, who recently returned from the Middle East, examines the obstacles to protecting the approximately one million internally displaced persons in Iraq.

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