How useful can new migrants be to corporations hoping to grow?
Even though it’s often a matter of life or death, the asylum process is often obstructed by bureaucratic hurdles.
How where you live changes your way of thinking.
People crossing the famous bridge from Denmark can expect to have their papers checked in a landmark change to border policy.
New research shows that the government's welfare proposal is out of step with reality.
The Home Office has issued a bizarre new form to gather information about the end of relationships – and it's worse than useless.
A recent study shows Donald Trump is out of date when he claims "people are pouring across our southern border".
Immigrant pupils do not cause a decline in education standards, according to a new OECD report.
Contrary to the view that all migrants take jobs from South Africans, research shows that migrant entrepreneurs generate employment for local citizens.
History shows that for France, assimilation has always been a selective process and anything but universally applied.
Interviews with members of the white-working class show that most welcome difference and diversity.
Simon McMahon travelled to Sicily, where arrivals are being ordered to leave without understanding why.
The attacks in Paris are putting refugees in the crosshairs, yet it's the integration of these and past migrants that are key to the security of Europe.
A recent decision by the Indonesian Immigration Office is set to present challenges to the widely practiced, and popular, 'visa run' renewal method.
Alf Garnett was a blue-collar bigot for the ages. You still don't have to go far to hear people spout his appalling views even today.
A Productivity Commission report has called for more effective regulation to minimise the exploitation faced by temporary migrant workers.
The push to try to get Immigration Minister Peter Dutton onto Cabinet's national security committee (NSC) can be seen, apart from anything else, as something of a power play by the Liberal right.
A €1.8bn trust fund is on offer if only African countries will take the problem away.
The film's exploration of a young Irish woman's emigration to 1950s New York digs beneath nostalgic stereotype.
Migrants can be a huge boon to cities – but planning to support them is crucial.