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It can be overwhelming to understand what is true and what is “fake news.” It can be scary and stressful not knowing who to trust or where to turn. Trustworthy news should not be hard to find.

You will only find accurate, reliable information from e-immigrate.

We will help you navigate through an unbiased lens to get the information you need to make informed decisions. Your journey to immigration should be a positive experience, regardless of your birthplace or past status.

News content on e-immigrate comes from these sources:

Silicon Valley Community Foundation and a community task force of trusted advisors dedicated to curating the latest immigration news from vetted sources.

GivingCompass.org, a trusted non-profit partner giving you confidence and assurance you are getting accurate reporting covering topics related to immigration, civil society, criminal justice, human rights, and much more.

Grandson Recounts Immigrant Grandfather’s 91 Years

Only a few short months off his ninety-first birthday, sitting cross-legged in a recliner that he had owned long before my birth, my grandfather told me, “My life isn’t all that exciting.” Published by Made Into America My grandfather is a private and simple man. He...

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‘Voluntary departures’ Rise as Immigrants Give up in Court

‘Voluntary departure’ applications surge as immigrants decide it’s better to return to their native countries than languish in a detention facility. By Christie Thompson & Andre R. Calderson Alejandra Garcia Zamarrón, a mother of three American citizens, had lived...

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Border Actions are a Reflection of Years of Racial Violence

On April 19, 2019, the New York Times reported that United Constitutional Patriots (UCP), a right-wing militia group, was detaining immigrants at the New Mexico-Mexico border. This was not in itself a new development; private militia have detained migrants at the...

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Surge of Cubans Try to Enter US Via Mexico

Burgeoning numbers of Cubans are trying to get into the U.S. by way of the Mexican border, creating a big backlog of people waiting on the Mexican side for months for their chance to apply for asylum. By Cedar Attanasio, Elliot Spagat and Michael Weissenstein The...

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Data Shows ‘voluntary departure’ on Applications are Rising

A new analysis of DOJ data shows that ‘voluntary departure’ applications are surging among undocumented immigrants. By Christie Thompson and Andrew R. Calderon Alejandra Garcia Zamarrón, a mother of three American citizens, had lived in the United States for nearly 20...

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Immigration Status in U.S. Decline for Cubans

For decades, it has been U.S. policy to give a haven to people fleeing communist Cuba. But over time, Cubans have been losing that favored status under President Obama and now President Trump. By All Things Considered ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: For decades it has been U.S....

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Border Ministry Nun Demands Catholics “Step Up”

Overcrowded and sometimes inhumane conditions in detention centers for immigrant families seeking asylum in the U.S. are an affront to human dignity that demands Catholics “step up” to help beyond the “bare minimum,” Missionary of Jesus Sister Norma Pimentel, the...

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Immigrant Entrepreneurs Prove Success in America

Immigrant founders of recent billion-dollar companies immigrated to the United States from 25 different countries. Their stories tell us it is still possible to achieve success in America even if you don’t start out with money or connections. By Stuart Anderson...

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This Refugee’s University Daydream Became a Reality

This month, one of the big news stories is about parents who bribed and cheated to get their kids into prestigious universities. By Malaka Gharib And then there's the college admissions story of John Awiel Chol Diing. Diing, 25, is a former refugee from South Sudan...

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Author Uses Comics in ‘I Was Their American Dream’

Drawing comics with characters of diverse races is a fraught task. From the earliest political cartoons up through last year's controversial depiction of Serena Williams by Australian artist Mark Knight, comics have a long history of exaggerating physical features in...

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Statement on family separation at the U.S. border

Statement on family separation at the U.S. border

Statement on family separation at the U.S. border We are deeply troubled by the heart-breaking images of families being torn apart at our borders. These actions go against our values of decency, respect and basic humanity. Silicon Valley Community Foundation is...

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