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As the refugee crisis remains in the international spotlight, it's a good time to take note of what they're capable of.
People are fleeing the US to seek asylum in Canada, and the pause they take before crossing the border illegally is powerful
The migrants who manage to reach Roxham Road are fleeing poverty, violence, or danger back home, all to seek a new life in Canada.
A Burundian asylum-seeker who fled the US explains why he left behind everything he knew to reach safety in Canada
In the last two years, nearly 40,000 migrants have entered Canada illegally, many of them seeking asylum they believe is out of reach in the US.
One woman spends hours at the US border in rural New York every day, outfitting immigrants with knitted hats and gloves before they flee to Canada
Janet McFetridge is the deputy mayor of the border village of Champlain, New York. She spends her days helping migrants fleeing the US to Canada.
Ex-White House aide Cliff Sims struggled to ‘reconcile’ Christian beliefs with Trump’s anti-refugee stance
In his new book, "Team of Vipers," Sims says he "sometimes cringed" at President Donald Trump's rhetoric on refugees, which he says "lacked nuance."
Stephen Miller said he ‘would be happy if not a single refugee’ came to the US, according to ex-Trump aide
White House senior policy adviser and controversial immigration policy head Stephen Miller is quoted in a tell-all memoir openly disparaging refugees
One asylum-seeker who said he had been living in the US for 25 years explained why he was seeking refuge in Canada, away from President Donald Trump.
The Trump administration is renewing its push to deport thousands of Vietnamese immigrants with criminal convictions — including some war r...
The White House is reportedly trying for the second time to reinterpret a 2008 agreement barring the US from deporting certain Vietnamese immigrants.
A large majority of Americans support current or increased levels of immigration, while most of Europe wants fewer migrants
A new poll found Americans more open to increased immigration than most Europeans. Worldwide, far more people would like to see immigration decrease.
The Trump administration said it would admit up to 45,000 refugees this year, but ended up taking in fewer than half
The Trump administration announced last month it would slash the annual refugee cap to 30,000 for the 2019 fiscal year, but it accepted far fewer than that in the current year. The US has been steadily reducing the amount of refugees it accepts since President Trump took office.