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VOA: WHO: Millions of Refugees, Migrants Suffer Ill Health for Lack of Care

A new study shines a light on the health risks, challenges, and barriers faced daily by millions of refugees and migrants who...

VOA: REFUGEES SHAPE AMERICA

While the United States has a long history of accepting immigrants from around the world fleeing persecution and war, the term “refugee”...

VOA: US Eases Immigration Requirements for Afghans

The U.S. government has eased some of the stringent requirements Afghans have to navigate as they apply to resettle in the United...

VOA: US Adds New Efforts to Address Migration Causes  

The United States announced Tuesday several government and private sector initiatives meant to boost development and safety in Central America as part...

VOA: Supreme Court Limits Review of Some Deportation Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that federal courts cannot revise immigration judges’ decisions in some deportation cases, even when the government...

VOA: African Migrants Make New Lives in Atlantic Canada

Somali-born refugee Ali Duale has positive memories of his arrival in Canada's Atlantic province of Nova Scotia, where he first entered his...

VOA: Red Cross to Facilitate Evacuation of Civilians from Ukraine’s Port City of Mariupol

Teams from the International Committee of the Red Cross are poised to “facilitate the safe passage of civilians” from Ukraine’s strategic port...

VOA: For Many Afghan Evacuees, a Rocky Path to a New Life

The United States and other nations helped evacuate some 120,000 Afghans from their country after the Taliban took over last August. In...

VOA: ICE to Stop Using Alabama Jail, Limit Use of 3 Others

Federal immigration authorities announced Friday that they would stop housing detainees at an Alabama jail with a history of problems and would...

VOA: Immigration Experts Contrast US Support for Ukrainian, Afghan Refugees

More than 3.7 million people have fled Ukraine in the month since Russia's invasion began. United Nations officials said this kind of...

VOA: US Declares Myanmar’s Treatment of Rohingya Minority a ‘Genocide’

The United States has determined Myanmar’s military committed genocide and crimes against humanity in its campaign against the Rohingya minority.

VOA: Deportation Agents Use Smartphone App to Monitor Immigrants

U.S. authorities have broadly expanded the use of a smartphone app during the coronavirus pandemic to ensure immigrants released from detention will...

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[Champaign] 22ND ANNUAL PARADE OF LIGHTS

PRESENTED BY CHRISTIE CLINICSAT, NOV 26 | DOWNTOWN CHAMPAIGN  Now in it's 22nd year, the Champaign Center Parade of Lights...

[Illinois] Scholarship Opportunities

The Fred S. Bailey Scholarship Program provides financial support to students of the University of Illinois who who have demonstrated positive impact and...

[Urbana] 55th Annual Turkey Trot

Thursday, November 24CHECK-IN: 8am | RACE START: 9amLake House in Crystal Lake ParkFREE for All Ages Join the Urbana Park...

[Illinois] Jobs @ The Y!

We have a few open positions at the Y’s New American Welcome Center! If you are interested in applying, please submit your...