Immigration

NPR's Kelly McEvers interviews Sonia Nazario — author of Enrique's Journey and board member of the group Kind — about her New York Times story on Mexico's campaign to keep Central American migrants from the U.S. border.

Thousands of immigration born in other counties are finding their way to Texas. And they are doing so at a rate that’s out pacing native Texas births. The lion’s share are now coming from Asia. This could be the greatest alteration in the state population growth trend since statehood.

It probably won't surprise you that there's a growing polarization among Americans over how to deal with several immigration policy proposals.

Whether it's Donald Trump's idea for a massive border fence or the proposal to change the Constitution so that babies of unauthorized residents aren't automatically made citizens, Republicans and Democrats are hardening their views, according to a new national survey issued by the Washington, D.C.-based Pew Research Center.

It seems the entire world is wrestling with immigration emergencies today. And lest you think the Western Hemisphere's crisis is over, consider the look on Oscar Ortega's face.

He just got a WhatsApp message that made his eyes pop.

From Texas Standard:

Thousands of migrants continue to pour into Europe daily. Most are headed for Germany; the country leads the European Union in the number of migrants and refugees it has resettled.

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