American Richard Adams passed away earlier this week, but his partner of 30-plus years, Tony Sullivan, his immigration status remains up the air.
The Hmong culture has been a resilient one for centuries, enduring wars, genocide and mass migration. But the culture is under threat in the United States. A new elementary school immersion program in California aims to preserve it, and make it real to the children of immigrants.
Dedicated students not allowed to enroll in state universities in Georgia can take advantage of free classes at Freedom University. Immigration policies vary nationwide, but in Georgia undocumented immigrants aren’t allowed to attend the state's five most selective public universities.
An Iraqi-American named Shakir Hamoodi used to run a gourmet food market in Missouri. Now he's in a federal prison. He's charged with sending money to his relatives in Iraq in the 90s, violating US sanctions. His family is now petitioning President Obama.
The US Army is reviving a program that offers immigrants with certain language skills a fast track to US citizenship. Many of the slots, including all those for Korean speakers, have already been filled.
Ibrahima Diallo moved from Senegal to New York in 2003. Since then he's made a career as New York City tour guide. But, like everyone, Diallo has a personal map of the city too, and he gave The World's Alex Gallafent a tour.
There's a lack of information regarding undocumented immigrants convicted of serious crimes. And with the ongoing deportation battle and inability to keep convicted immigrants incarcerated, potential solutions are discussed.
Some Muslim immigrants in the US struggle with alcohol problems and it is hard for them to find culturally sensitive programs to deal with it.
One month after Sandy, anchor Marco Werman travels to Coney Island to hear how the genetic code for American pizza runs through there on its way back to Naples and the old country.

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