Undocumented entries across the border are at all-time lows. The people now arriving are not Mexican workers, but a smaller number of Central American families seeking to escape dire circumstances.
U.S. President Donald Trump may believe he's contained the political damage of his policy to separate migrant children from their parents. But the psychological damage to children has only just begun.
The US has a long history of separating families. Research shows the long-term effects of that trauma.
Immigration turmoil in the U.S. means Canada must craft its own migration management plans -- to help Central Americans fleeing misery in their homelands, some of it with Canadian involvement.
History shows that the US court system isn't sympathetic to undocumented migrants when it comes to parental rights.
The attorney general can decide immigration cases because immigration courts are part of the DOJ, not the judiciary. This congested system has 345,000 open cases. Most will likely end in deportation.
The traumatic separations of children and parents initiated at the border can cause permanent changes in the structure of the infants' and children's brains and the activity of their genes.
There are strong parallels between the Trump administration’s policy on immigrant families and the 19th century's 'New' Poor Laws of England, whose cruelty was illuminated by writer Charles Dickens.
New analysis from the Migration Observatory suggests skilled visa could still be refused in the future despite recent moves to exempt doctors and nurses from the cap.
Sessions ignored the many gospel teaching about love, and used a passagethat has been used historically to justify all manner of immoral behavior, including imperialism, slavery, Nazism and apartheid.
Trump's anti-immigrant policies are leading more Central Americans to stay put in Mexico. Mexico's presidential candidates have a lot to say about that, and none of it involves mass deportations.
The Safe Third Country Agreement between the United States and Canada was originally intended to deal with refugees seeking asylum. But recent U.S. developments mean the agreement's days are numbered
A recent decision by the United States to deny asylum for victims of domestic abuse will have unintended consequences for Canada.
Employees with more than one cultural identity can help improve an organization’s performance.
Simply based on how they are housed, forcibly separating immigrant kids from their families is bound to make a bad situation worse.
Great Britain was not the only country behaving badly with its Caribbean population: France also experienced similar waves of post-war migration.
Bishop Huddleston's criticism of Enoch Powell's incendiary "Rivers of blood" speech was both a history lesson and a call to action against racism.
The Trump administration sees plenty of problems in Central America – but it seems to be doing everything it can to make them worse.
Justin Trudeau's pattern of bizarre behaviour is coming into focus, previously obscured by his progressive politics and human rights activism at home and abroad.
A new poll suggests there has been a shift in positive opinion towards immigration, which started in 2015.