Immigration

Bukharian Jews embrace life in Queens

In the U.S., Bukharian Jews interact with and live amongst people of other ethnicities, cultures and faiths.

Meet American Sikhs

American Sikhs find living in the U.S. a rewarding experience with great opportunities.

Ethiopians put down roots in Washington to build their largest U.S....

Thousands of Ethiopians have settled in Minneapolis, Seattle, Atlanta and other cities, but the greater Washington area has the most Ethiopian residents.

‘Havana on the Hudson’: How Cuban Americans remade Union City, New...

Over the decades, Union City has received a steady influx of immigrants, but no single group has had a more profound impact than the newcomers from Cuba.

More migrant workers, more migrant rights?

More migrant workers live outside of their country of birth than ever before – 232 million, or 3 percent of the world’s population, according to the...

Some of America’s most recognizable companies were started by migrants. Do...

The United Nations estimates that 232 million people live outside of their country of birth. Many of these migrants moved to make a better...