Are you proud of who you are? Where you are from? How do you feel when someone who doesn't share that moves into your circle? That is the question challenging globalization and multiculturalism
Much is said in today's political arena about the cost of housing refugees from other countries. What are the costs to taxpayers in terms of medical, educational, housing and other related costs?
This hub looks at the history of immigration to Great Britain and how it has changed over the 20th century. It also looks at the regulations and restrictions that were introduced throughout the century and what impact they had.
A U-Visa is a shortcut to legal residency in the US, intended to help victims of crime testify in court. However, it seems to be easily abused. Learn more about the U visa, its history, and its future.
This article looks at the pros and cons of a US amnesty for illegal immigrants and lists the arguments used by both sides in the debate.
A proposal for illegal immigrant amnesty that will make no one happy, but might be good enough to agree with. Something must be done; here is one concept.
This essay argues that nativism is an inherent form of racism that has persisted over time, and has developed into a more elusive form of racism that has a negative impact on U.S. immigration policy.
Today, I will tell you a story. Actually, today I will tell you a part of my story, as well as the story of those around me. Today, I am going to talk about immigration, and whether it is good or evil.
Imagine the feeling of leaving behind a homeland filled with violence and corruption to create new beginnings in the land of opportunity, being accepted legally, making a life, and then being exiled.
In the early 2000s, rural France seemed stuck in a time warp 50 years behind the modern world. Power cuts were common and services were lacking. However, things have steadily improved since then.
This article explores the idea that manslaughter was an appropriate punishment in this particular tragedy. It culminates with a broader point.
Immigration reform idea: a new class of immigrant? Should there be "provisional residency"? Should native-born children of illegal immigrants be made permanent resident first, citizen later?
Since the Pacific Solution, we've adopted several reforms and new legislation to handle asylum seekers in Australia. Our underlying position remained the same, use of force to alter desired outcomes.
An account of one trying to fit into the country of one's roots; an experience in Japan that not everybody may have.
I won the 2002 Diversity Visa Lottery in July 2003. This details the process and provides information you might like to know if you are considering immigrating to the USA and don't otherwise qualify.