Non-EU UK immigrants: have you recently been granted a work visa?

Hundreds of migrants killed by Saudi border guards – report
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh need urgent support as crises multiply: UNHCR
Six years since the Rohingya refugee influx in Bangladesh, UNHCR appeals for sustained support and solutions

Arab Youth Look to a Future Abroad: A Growing Trend of Emigration From the MENA Region
Russians have emigrated in huge numbers since the war in Ukraine
Egyptian Emigration Minister Joins International Expats Conference in Cyprus
Emigration: Should you sell your home in SA or rent it out?
Oxford United fan pens family history book on emigration from Ireland
[The Irish Echo] Wanted: Emigrant Stories
The United States Announces Humanitarian Assistance for the Western Hemisphere Regional Migration Program
US sees fewer emigrants from Jamaica: What’s behind the trend?

Overview of the UK immigration system
UK Immigration Enforcement data: Q2 2023
UK Immigration and protection data: Q2 2023
Creating Inclusive Spaces for Migrants and Refugees
Austria plans to cut welfare benefits for immigrants
US: New Navigation Guide Aims to Help Immigrants Fight Removals in Opaque, High-Stakes Cases

Canada boosts its economy recruiting immigrants from Silicon Valley
Migration: Ties to ‘home’ are key for Himalayan communities that stay despite climate risks
Italy’s president advocates ‘high quotas’ of legal migration
Rescue Ship Saves 438 Migrants in Mediterranean: NGO
From sanctions to aid cuts, UK foreign policy is fuelling rising migration
India: Try to locate 9 missing emigrants: HC to MEA
US: Vivek Ramaswamy celebrates his immigrant family while pushing far-right border policies
Eight Essential Tips for New Immigrants to British Columbia
The Rohingya refugee crisis: long after the headlines have faded
Rohingya: Gang violence stalks world’s largest refugee camp
What is life like inside the world’s biggest refugee camp?
New study challenges the win-win myth in cross-sector partnerships for refugees
Timeline: History of Rohingya refugee crisis
Migrant and Refugee Integration in Cities across the Americas

VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, Aug. 20–26
Immigration slowed during COVID-19 pandemic, but migrant jobs not filled by U.S.-born
There are almost 4 million more open roles than job seekers in the U.S. Here’s why some economists think the immigration and labor crises are related
Analysis: Tunisia isolated, but migration realpolitik keeps Europe onside
Thousands of African migrants are trying to make it to Europe from Tunisia. But many die trying
Lampedusa under pressure after record-breaking migrant arrivals
New York’s Democratic mayor and the Biden administration are fighting over what to do about a surge of migrants
There’s a labor shortage in the U.S. Why is it so hard for migrants to legally work?
Staten Island residents protest use of former school to house migrants
Swiss Abroad views: the fight to exercise political rights
US: Casa Latina supports Spanish-speaking immigrants in Federal Way
US: Nearly Half of States Allow Immigrant Students to Pay In-State College Tuition
Thousands Rally to Demand Rohingya Refugee Rights on Genocide Remembrance Day

Canada: Integrity of immigration system at risk as international student numbers balloon, minister says
UK: If you are starting a family, think about emigrating
Ireland: ‘The grass genuinely is greener’: New wave of emigrants finding lower costs abroad
International migration: Melbourne sees record spike in student housing growth, rebound in aged care population

1885 September 2: Rock Springs massacre of immigrant Chinese, USA