Despite public divisions over US aid to Ukraine, support for taking in those fleeing the Russian invasion remains unchanged since March.
Even if Trump isn't the Republican presidential nominee in 2024, anti-immigration policy is likely to remain a pillar of the party’s platform, Paul Poast writes.
Why are Ukrainians receiving a warmer welcome from the American public than past refugee groups?
As climate change continues to displace people, those fleeing must be protected as refugees, argues John Slocum in Crain's Chicago Business.
Over a million Ukrainian citizens have fled to other European countries. African, Asian, Caribbean nationals living in Ukraine may not be able to do the same.
Despite majority approval among Democratic public, congressional Democrats struggle to pass immigration reform.
Does President Lukashenka's decision to let migrants back over the border into Belarus mean the crisis is over?
“Cities play an increasingly central role in addressing the environmental crisis and in welcoming the growing number of migrants,” Foroogh Farhang cowrites in the Diplomatic Courier.
Rob Paral discusses the state of Illinois and Greater Chicago area leading by example on immigrant inclusion and legal policies.
"It may be too late for many of our Afghan allies, but we owe it to those we failed before and those who serve us in the future to fix this broken system," the Council's Elizabeth Shackelford writes with immigration lawyer Craig Richardson.