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Abstract

Abstract

Civil society, international organizations and governments have invested much in looking at issues of feminization of migration (i.e., women migrants), child migrants, migrant workers, etc. While absolutely proper subjects for urgent attention and change, too much of the discussion of immigration has become atomized, neglecting the further reality that these men, women and children are also members of families split across borders. International migration separates untold millions of families—for years, for decades, some forever.

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2013-03-01
2019-08-24
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