New federal data from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection show fewer apprehensions at the US-Mexico border in 2020.
Researchers at the University of South Australia assessed the range of psychological implications among asylum seekers in Western nations.
A decline of the white population in several statewide populations led their ethnic group to a more than 50 percent increase throughout the last decade.
The nonpartisan think tank Pew Research Center determined that many Americans advocate the path for legal status among immigrants who migrated into the U.S. illegally as children.
In a new study, released by Pew Research Center, migrant apprehensions tanked substantially in April, showcasing the effects purportedly caused by the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.
New research released in the peer-reviewed journal The Gerontologist dove into co-existing trends among migrants and its effect on aging across the world.
Based on the findings, the refugees were profoundly more likely to exhibit depressive symptoms decades after settlement.
The intervention is known as Strengths for the Journey and a study of the program was published in Development and Psychopathology.