Are you an American plumber or electrician looking for work? Or perhaps a civil engineer? Want to possibly double your salary? One caveat with this job offer: You have to be willing to relocate 10,000 miles.
Domincans living abroad may help decide the outcome of this weekend's presidential election back home in the Dominican Republican. The campaigning is fierce in New York City's Washington Heights, where many Dominican ex-pats live.
Marco Werman talks with Gac Filipaj, an immigrant from the former Yugoslavia who moved to the US, learned English, and has earned a bachelor's degree in Classics from Columbia University while working full-time there as a janitor.
An immigrant from Uruguay is a candidate for mayor of London. The irony is that Carlos Cortiglia is representing the far-right British National Party, known for its anti-immigration stance in UK politics.