More on immigration

How to End the Polarization of Immigration

Three steps that will bring us closer to ushering in justice for undocumented immigrants.

Red, White and Blue: The Colors of an Unaccompanied Child’s Journey to America

A story of the children behind the headlines of America’s immigration crisis.

The Solution to the Central American Refugee Problem Is a Thriving Central America

If we’re serious about the refugee crisis, we must deal with the source of the problem before someone reaches our borders.

Most Americans Say U.S. Should Shelter Child Migrants

A recent survey found that most Americans support offering aid to child refugees and migrants, rather than deporting them immediately.

Immigration Surge or Refugee Crisis?

A migration expert explains the growing crisis of childhood immigration at the southern United States border.

A Mother’s Day Tragedy Only Congress Can Fix

Because Congress has failed to pass immigration reform, mothers will be separated from their children throughout America this Mother’s Day.

Advent a Time to Hope — and Fast — for Immigration Reform

The Fast for Families is replicating the great public fasts in history for immigration reform in the hope of the Advent season.