Tag: Immigration

U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s appearance on-campus causes tension

by Mallory Culhane On Wednesday, Feb. 26, two U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents set up a table in the Vaughn Center at the University of Tampa to recruit and educate students on internships and other employment opportunities, which sparked outcry and made some students uncomfortable.  “A few of my friends, they’re all U.S. […]

Chain migration: Trump’s new obsession

By VERONICA SANSUR Donald Trump has a new obsession. It’s called “chain migration.” He wants to end the practice of immigrants, once legalized, bringing their relatives including children and secondary relatives to live with them in the United States. Chain migration is, in fact, a common occurrence around the world. For example, Cuban populations have […]

Syrian Refugees Face Problems Away From Home

By Kamakshi Dadhwal The horrific actions of the Islamic State (ISIS) in the Middle East have caused the largest migration of people Europe has seen in 70 years. Although the year began with a promise from most European Union (EU) members to shelter immigrants, the mounting influx of people has become a challenge for European […]

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