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Migration Information Source - All Articles

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Beverlee Bruce of the Social Science Research Council provides a field-based look at Liberia's post-conflict reconstruction.

MPI Associate Policy Analyst Erin Patrick maps out the latest developments in the evolving refugee crisis in and around Sudan's Darfur region.

DHS Expands Expedited Removal Effort...
Biometric Passports Delayed, Biometric Exit Program to Expand...
DHS Extends Stays for Mexican Border Cardholders...
USCIS Changes Work Permit Rules...
Montserratians Lose Temporary Protected Status...

Hania Zlotnik of the UN Population Division focuses on the challenges of analyzing data on migration in Africa.

Aderanti Adepoju of the Human Resources Development Centre in Lagos provides an overview of Africa's dynamic migration flows, examining trends ranging from feminization to diversification.

MPI Senior Demographer Elizabeth Grieco takes a detailed look at the population of African foreign born in the United States.

Sally E. Findley of Columbia University examines Malians' age-old solution to their economic difficulties: migration.

Botswana has rapidly evolved from a migrant sending country to a migrant receiving country, according to Kate Lefko-Everett of the Southern Africa Migration Project.

Christine Inglis provides an update on the competing economic, political, and cultural forces that are challenging Australia's migration policy makers.

Rainer Münz of the Hamburg Institute of International Economics analyzes Germany's long-awaited immigration law.

Michael Jones-Correa of Cornell University looks beneath labels such as "ethnic politics" and "transnationalism" to shed light on U.S. immigrant politics.

Albania is traveling a bumpy road from totalitarianism to democracy, with sharp twists and turns in migration flows along the way, according to Barbara Kosta.

MPI Senior Policy Analyst Muzaffar Chishti looks at the wider implications of the recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the rights of "enemy combatants."

MPI's Betsy Cooper and Senior Demographer Elizabeth Grieco map out the characteristics of Canadians in the United States.

9/11 Commission Report Links Security, Immigration Policy...
Kerry Outlines Ideas on Immigration Reform...
Hmong Refugees Resettled to the United States...
U.S. and Mexico Sign Pact on Social Security...
State Department Halts Mail Renewal of Visas...

Lisa Kurbiel of the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations takes an in-depth look at new initiatives to stop child trafficking in the European Union.

Subsidiary of Offshore Firm Wins $10 Billion DHS Contract...
Government Moves to Cut Backlog of Immigration Benefits Applications...
Government Sources Point to Border Security Flaws...
Congress May Delay Biometric Passports Plan...

Since the 1990s, analysts have pointed to Germany's ongoing need for immigrants to bolster economic development and maintain a dynamic workforce, given the rapid aging of the country's population. However, a process of policy review that began in 2001 with a government commission's report on immigration and integration policy only recently overcame legislative gridlock.

This Spotlight examines the educational attainment of the five largest immigrant groups in the United States, including those from Mexico, the Philippines, India, China (excluding Hong Kong and Taiwan), and Vietnam. According to the results of Census 2000, 62 percent of all foreign born in the United States have at least a high school education. Other measures of educational attainment, such as college or graduate degrees, vary widely by country of origin. The data presented in this Spotlight were derived from the U.S. Census 2000 1 Percent Public Use Micro-Sample (PUMS) file.

Many news reports and commentators in the United States link immigration, especially when unauthorized, to negative economic effects, cultural fragmentation, and issues of national security. As a result of these perceived negative consequences, resistance to immigration, especially unauthorized immigration, appears to have increased. Others stress the benefits to this country of continuing immigration.

Oonagh Sands of the Center for Strategic and International Studies tackles the Mode 4 aspect of global trade talks, under which individuals enter another country’s job market to provide services.

Martin Baldwin-Edwards of Panteion University examines new trends in the long-established phenomenon of migration within the Mediterranean basin.

MPI Associate Policy Analyst Erin Patrick provides the latest figures on the U.S. refugee resettlement program, which is still operating well below traditional levels long after being thrown into crisis by the Sept. 11 attacks.

Greece, once known for outward migration, has become a receiver of migrants and a permanent immigrant destination according to Charalambos Kasimis and Chryssa Kassimi.

MPI's Maia Jachimowicz outlines the newly proposed immigration reform legislation: Safe, Orderly, Legal Visas and Enforcement Act of 2004 (SOLVE).

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