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Favorite Immigration Reads of 2015

Below are our favorite immigration reads of 2015. They range from fiction to non-fiction to short stories and memoir, and are geared to varying degrees of relaxation and contemplation for the library of migrationists everywhere.  These books were not necessarily published in 2015, simply read this year by a regular contributor or guest contributor, and enjoyed […]

Weakening Legal Protections for Unaccompanied Minors Is Not the Answer

Imagine you are a child from Honduras.  Your hometown is the murder capital of the world, and after numerous run-ins with vicious gangs who attempt to compel membership through death threats, you make the unbearable decision to travel 1,500 miles alone to safety in the United States.  You travel for weeks, risking your life riding […]