Afghanis and Iraqis who work with American troops often place themselves and their families in great danger by affiliating themselves with the US. In exchange, a path to the US–and to safety–can be offered. At least that's what's supposed to happen.
Brooklyn-based Kenyan artist Wangechi Mutu is a rising star in the international art world, but she's been unable to travel outside the US, while waiting a decade for the green card she now has. Her experience is part of her art in a new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum.
Spain has the highest jobless rate in Europe. And just how is the government proposing to deal with it? By floating a controversial plan to eliminate visas for foreign workers. The World's Gerry Hadden reports.
Correspondent Marisa Helms profiles a hip-hop artist from Minnesota's ethnic Hmong community. Tou Saiko Lee is using his music...and traditions from Hmong culture to get the young people in his community to vote.
British women of Pakistani descent are sometimes forced or tricked into marrying men back in Pakistan. It's often to help the men secure British visas. But a new law in Britain is giving courts more power to prevent forced marriages.