Immigration can be a struggle all over the world.

Man living in UK for 56 years loses job over immigration papers Amelia Gentleman Michael Braithwaite, a special needs assistant, was told he could not be employed at school as he did not have biometric card An experienced special needs teaching assistant lost his job after his employers ruled that he was an illegal immigrant,[…]

More reasons that we need immigration from the Washington Post.

America needs more workers. Trump’s war on immigration won’t help. By Editorial Board PRESIDENT TRUMP makes no secret of his distaste for immigrants, nor of his support for measures to slash both legal and illegal immigration. Even as his crusade to close borders intensifies, however, American employers in an array of industries — manufacturing, agriculture, trucking, home[…]

A sad story about a little-known immigration program.

In Alabama, a Liberian Teacher Awaits Her Fate as Deadline Looms for Little-Known Immigration Program Tina Vasquez In the nine years that Nancy Harris has taught pre-school at a predominantly white Methodist church in Birmingham, Alabama, she has jumpstarted the literacy of hundreds of children. The parents and larger church community have come to love[…]

A happy ending to the story we posted on March 19th.

National City mother in viral arrest video released from immigration detention Kate Morrissey A National City woman whose arrest by Border Patrol in front of her three daughters became a viral video was released from custody Tuesday night by an immigration judge while her case is processed. Border Patrol agents, including two in plainclothes, arrested[…]

Another sad story on immigration. Read this article from the Boston Globe and hear this woman’s sad story.

‘I was blindsided’: How a routine immigration interview turned into an arrest By Maria Cramer At first, the conversation with the two immigration officials was friendly. They said they believed her marriage to an American citizen was genuine, Lilian Calderon Jimenez recalled. Her application to become a permanent resident was cleared to move forward. They even[…]