2/7/20, New York Times: On a Greek Island, Migrants and Locals Are Wary Neighbors

2/6/20, New York Times: Trump Administration Freezes Global Entry Enrollment in New York Over Immigration Law

2/5/20, Washington Post: Report: At least 138 sent from US to El Salvador were killed

2/5/20, Daily Advertiser (GA): A Georgia city transformed by refugees

2/5/20, New Humanitarian: In the news: Refugee resettlement flattens off

2/5/20, Migration Policy Institute: Ally or Exploiter? The Smuggler-Migrant Relationship Is a Complex One

2/5/20, UNHCR: More resettlement needed as only 4.5 per cent of global resettlement needs met in 2019

2/4/20, The Nation: Exclusive: Customs and Border Protection Gains an Extra Layer of Secrecy

2/4/20, Yes Magazine: What Happens When a Person Is Deported?

2/4/20, AP: US judge reverses convictions of 4 Arizona border activists

2/4/20, New York Times: Nigeria ‘Blindsided’ by Trump Travel Ban, Its Top Diplomat Says

2/4/20, New Humanitarian: Behind India’s citizenship clash, fear and uncertainty for two million in limbo

2/3/20, AP: ‘Othered’ in America: An old story, still playing out daily

2/3/20, HuffPost: I’m An Immigration Success Story. Still, This Is How I Know The System Is Broken.

2/3/20, Guardian: ‘Scared for my life’: why more Indians are joining migrants on risky journey to reach the US

2/3/20, New Humanitarian: Death of Ugandan shows risks for African asylum seekers in Mexico

2/1/20, New York Times: Trump Threw Weighty Refugee Decisions to Local Government, With Painful Results

1/31/20, ABC News: Trump administration expands travel ban to Nigeria and 5 other countries

1/31/20, ProPublica: “Women to One Side, Men to the Other”: How the Border Patrol’s New Powers and Old Carelessness Separated a Family

1/31/20, Texas Tribune: Trump plans to collect DNA from nearly a million immigrants despite charges it violates privacy

1/30/20, KERA & Houston Public Media: As Access To Asylum Narrows, These Alternatives Are Some Immigrants’ Only Hope

1/29/20, Vox: How to talk someone out of bigotry


2/7/20, New York Times: Mexico, Don’t Stand in the Way of Central American Migrants Headed for the U.S.

2/5/20, Washington Post: President Trump, don’t ignore the suffering at the border caused by your policies

2/4/20, New York Times: Why You May Never Learn the Truth About ICE

2/4/20, New York Times: The Racism at the Heart of Trump’s ‘Travel Ban’

2/4/20, Boston Globe: ‘Birth tourism’ isn’t a serious problem — the White House attack on it is

2/4/20, New York Times Editorial Board: Trump Posts Another ‘Keep Out’ Sign for Immigrants

1/30/20, Washington Post: Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda isn’t about rule of law or economics at all


2/5/20, Human Rights Watch: Deported to Danger

“No government, UN agency, or nongovernmental organization has systematically monitored what happens to deported persons once back in El Salvador. This report begins to fill that gap. It shows that, as asylum and immigration policies tighten in the United States and dire security problems continue in El Salvador, the US is repeatedly violating its obligations to protect Salvadorans from return to serious risk of harm.”

1/30/20, Marshall Project: The Cheer Team Caught Between Two Worlds

Center for Migration Studies: Statelessness in the United States: A Study to Estimate and Profile the US Stateless

This report describes a unique methodology to produce estimates and set forth the characteristics of US residents who are potentially stateless or potentially at risk of statelessness. The methodology relies on American Community Survey (ACS) data from the US Census Bureau, supplemented by very limited administrative data on stateless refugees and asylum-seekers.

As part of the study, CMS developed extensive, well-documented profiles of non-US citizen residents who are potentially stateless or potentially at risk of statelessness. It then used these profiles to query ACS data in order to develop provisional estimates and determine the characteristics of these populations.