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Portuguese Emigrants Sent Home €6 Million Less Than in 2022, Data Show
Over 64,000 people emigrated from Ireland in year to April 2023
Emigrant ship bound for Australia ran aground at Dunnose Head 152 years ago
Homeland Holidays May Help Preserve Bilingualism in Emigrant Kids

September 26: European Day of Languages
Why Immigrants Are More Optimistic Than US-Born Americans
Croatia open to all generations of Croat emigrants, says minister
Record surge in Mexican emigration towards the US Border
Staying or emigrating is no longer a choice
Emigration minister urges Egyptian expats to participate in upcoming presidential election

New York and Other U.S. Cities Struggle with High Costs of Migrant Arrivals
Migration obsession is killing EU’s commitment to human rights
Almost 40% of Israelis contemplating emigrating in judicial reform protest

Immigrants in Jackson, Wyoming, will have more access to legal help
As Schools See a Wave of Immigrants, the Past Offers Lessons for NYC & the U.S.
8 facts about recent Latino immigrants to the U.S.
We have a collective duty to protect migrants
Germany backs down on human rights demands in EU migration rules
Germany, Italy fail to iron out differences over migration
Immigration and emigration for a better life
New York immigration crisis exposes tensions among Democrats
Build Anew Series — Part 2: Immigration
Achieving Meaningful International Cooperation on Displacement: Can the 2023 Global Refugee Forum Deliver?
Ukrainian refugees: EU member states agree to extend temporary protection

Migrants are being raped at Mexico border as they await entry to US
Houston-area development has become a right-wing lightning rod on immigration
Canada’s population jumps with immigrants lifting the numbers
Friday Jottings: Having it both ways
Pritzker says Chicago could house migrants in unused buildings, not winterized tents
Dead, missing migrants in Mediterranean tripled this summer: UN
EU interior ministers fail to reach consensus on migration
There’s more to the skills crisis than emigration
Shutdown would mean even more delays in overwhelmed U.S. immigration courts
Catholic Charities’ immigration services interrupted in the Lehigh Valley
Florida’s anti-immigration law targets disaster relief workers
Time for young migrants to ‘take the mic’ in U.S. immigration debate
US: The Presidential Determination on Refugee Admissions for Fiscal Year 2024
No, Syria Is Still Not Safe for Refugee Returns

Illegal immigrants: NIS inaugurates training centre in Kwara
Dispelling Misconception: Pakistan To Adopt ‘Hard Stance’ On Illegal Immigrants Soon
Inside the workshop where presidential flags are lovingly made, mostly by immigrants
Investment MoUs worth Rs 12,500 crores signed in UK: Dhami
Shelters for Migrants Fill Up Across Germany as Attitudes Toward Newcomers Harden
Three migrants from Gaza desperately trying to reach Europe
US: ‘New normal’: High number of migrants crossing border not likely to slow
The EU’s extractive trade policies in Tunisia contribute to migration
Malta summit urges EU to stop migration at source
Rescue group decries Libya coastguard ramming into migrant boat
Young people are dying at sea because they cannot benefit from the Country’s riches
VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, Sept. 24-30
Rwanda ambassador: Suella Braverman ‘absolutely wrong’ on immigration
Germany: Scholz says refugee number ‘too high at the moment’
First Person: From Afghan refugee to Ukraine aid worker
More Than 100,000 Refugees Arrive in Armenia as Exodus Swells
German government rebukes Elon Musk over refugee rescue criticism

October 1 – 7: Banned Books Week
Who are the immigrants?
Indian Woman Faces Charges For Trying To Travel Oman Without POE Clearance; Here’s All About It
Chicago Keeps Hundreds of Migrants at Airports While Waiting on Shelters and Tents
Another Bus Drops Off Migrants in Los Angeles – 20th from Texas Since June
Scientists use pollen data to decode first humans’ migration into Eurasia
With Unrealistic Immigration Proposals, DeSantis and Trump Try to Outdo Each Other
Why Can’t We Stop Unauthorized Immigration? Because It Works.
Refugee activist’s house in Home Office raid for ‘unknown illegal persons’
Refugee festival comes to Bristol to challenge perceptions