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.
Tony Abbott's initial post-prime ministerial public foray on the policy front has been narrow cast and hard line.
A group of performers is using music and dance to highlight inequality, austerity and racism in Spain.
Donald Trump and Carly Fiorina boast that their business experience would make them excellent presidents, yet their immigration policies fall short of the lessons from Business 101.
Australian is not Europe, and controversial Dutch politician Geert Wilders did not find much of an audience when he last came here in 2013.
Border agency Frontex recently reported that an unprecedented 710,000 migrants had entered the EU this year. Something didn't ring true for Nando Sigona.
A checklist of how countries can be as uncompetitive as possible in attracting overseas students.
Sahota's Booker shortlisted novel is acutely intelligent and very of the moment. It may well take the prize.
We asked two academics to look at the accuracy of Theresa May's claims.
There aren't enough nurses and predicted shortfalls but the government is determined to cut opportunities for foreign nurses.
Two million Malaysian immigrants live in countries around the world. That's not stopping them from being involved with politics back home.
There is ongoing disagreement among OECD countries as to whether foreign aid spent in-house counts.
Immigration policies for people fleeing poverty or civil unrest dominate the news, but there's been a huge rise in wealthy migrants to the West. Are these "cash for citizenship" programs worth it?
A green card lottery would give so-called economic migrants a legal route to Europe.