During the presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised to build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, deport the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in the country and cancel Obama’s executive orders. These are the stories of five people that could be affected after Trump takes power on January 20: A dreamer, a man with an ankle monitor, a woman with prosecutorial discretion, a man with a crime from 20 years ago and the undocumented parents of members of the military.
As the undocumented mother of American army-members, Imelda and her husband are eligible for a parole in place (PIP). This protection benefits undocumented relatives of army members, protecting them from deportation and opening a path for residency. Under Trump PIP could end.
Join photographer Paul Hansen to a frozen war zone in the outskirts of Donetsk in Ukraine, where the number of civilian casualties rises again. Meet the people who are stuck in no man’s land.
Don Jose, 67, has lived in the United States as an undocumented immigrant for almost half of his life. More than 20 years ago he was detained by the police for driving under the influence (DUI). Although he paid his sentence and completed community service, de could be deported for having a criminal record. Because of this old misdemeanor, Don Jose is at a higher risk of deportation under the Trump administration.
Diana received a deportation order in 2012. Through the prosecutorial discretion of ICE, her deportation was temporarily stopped as hers was not a priority case. Every year Diana must renew her work permit and appeal her deportation. With Trump in power and the new immigration policies he’s starting to implement, Diana fears for her future in the United States.
Stand face to face with a North Korean officer at the hard-guarded border. Visit an Olympic Medalist's apartment in Pyonyang, stand on the beach planned to be a tourist paradise and experience everyday life in the world's most closed country.
Forgetting your own address, hallucinating, or buying things you already bought earlier in the day – journey into the world of a dementia patient and experience some of the daily struggles she faces.
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Chameleon VR is a first of its kind 360 cinematic video library. It is focused on VR content created in Asia (Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia). For a long time this part of the world was neglected by VR cinematographer. Chameleon is aimed to bring the most interesting stories that Asia (Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia) can offer in Virtual Reality. Starting from stories of Singapore, volcanoes of Kamchatka, through the abandoned ghost-tower in the middle of Bangkok (Thailand) and up to the most remote parts of Philippines & Indonesia and Malaysia.