Immigration Policy & Law
Investor visa programs have become popular for countries seeking to attract foreign investment and stimulate economic growth. But how exactly do these programs work, and what are the potential benefits and drawbacks? MPI’s Kate Hooper speaks with Madeleine Sumption, the director of the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford, about the range of investment visa programs, applicants’ motives, and more.
Changing Climate, Changing Migration: In from the Cold? Should Climate Migrants Get Special Legal Migration Pathways?
Should countries extend legal protections to people displaced by climate change? This episode of Changing Climate, Changing Migration contemplates the merits of such an approach, featuring Ama Francis, a climate displacement project strategist with the International Refugee Assistance Project and Columbia Law School’s Sabin Center for Climate Change Law.
The Ukrainian Displacement Crisis: A Conversation with the European Commission's Director General for Migration and Home Affairs
Monique Pariat, the European Commission’s Director General for Migration and Home Affairs, spoke to the DC policy community on Europe’s rapid response to the Ukrainian displacement crisis, lessons learned, and considerations for future policies.
Focusing on top immigration policy issues at federal and state levels, this 2022 Immigration Law and Policy Conference featured keynotes by Connecticut Attorney General William Tong and Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson exploring the growing role states are taking in the national immigration debate.
Marking the one-year withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and the fall of Kabul to the Taliban, this webinar reflects on the humanitarian and development challenges in Afghanistan and for neighbors, the difficult choices facing aid donors, and what needs to be done to ensure at-risk Afghans can reach safety.
Prolonged Ukrainian Displacement: An Uneasy Marriage of Reception, Integration, and Return Policies
Apprenticeship Programs Are a Promising Solution to Bring More Multilingual Workers into Early Childhood Field
Why the European Labor Market Integration of Displaced Ukrainians Is Defying Expectations
The Public-Charge Final Rule Is Far from the Last Word
The Los Angeles Declaration Could Represent a Big Step for Real Migration Cooperation across the Americas
La Declaración de Los Ángeles podría representar un gran paso para la cooperación migratoria real en las Américas
Schools Should Engage Diverse Community Stakeholders to Promoting Equitable Allocation of Historic Funding to Reimagine Education
The Ukrainian Conflict Could Be a Tipping Point for Refugee Protection
Beyond the Border: Opportunities for Managing Regional Migration between Central and North America
Straight Path to Legal Permanent Residence for Afghan Evacuees Would Build on Strong U.S. Precedent