24 episodes

Status tells the human stories that immigration impacts. 


Somebody might be in the US on an E-1, an H-1B, a J-2, or an F-1. They might be undocumented or they may have their green card. They might be moving to Canada for a job or to the UK to escape violence in their home country. 


In any case, every immigrant has a story. We tell those stories and how the complex reality of immigration weaves its way into the narrative. 


Status is produced by Matt Horton.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 27 Ratings

Status tells the human stories that immigration impacts. 


Somebody might be in the US on an E-1, an H-1B, a J-2, or an F-1. They might be undocumented or they may have their green card. They might be moving to Canada for a job or to the UK to escape violence in their home country. 


In any case, every immigrant has a story. We tell those stories and how the complex reality of immigration weaves its way into the narrative. 


Status is produced by Matt Horton.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

LoveBeyondBordersPodcast ,

Bring “Status” back!

I really enjoyed this podcast for the real-life stories of immigration. Each episode told a beautiful, unique story that helped people better understand the complexities of immigration. Before going through a very long and intense immigration process with my Brazilian husband, I had no idea what it was like. Thank you for your incredible work, Matt! I hope you consider creating new episodes :)

KissyMartinez ,

I love the variety of topics

I love how you have addresses different issues of immigrations. I feel so connected by many of the stories and I have also gained so much knowledge on the cases I’ve never heard about.

sllimaraik ,

Great content but perpetuates the “exceptional immigrant” narrative

The stories are great and very well told. But they’re pretty limited to more elite/privileged individuals/families which perpetuates the sad narrative of those groups being entitled to immigration rights...more than others who aren’t in graduate school, business owners, etc.

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