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Status - Immigration & People

By Matt Horton

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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

Unique pod on a timely topic in today's America

Status details the experiences of individuals that are navigating the American immigration system. It focuses on the people going through the system and their stories rather than the system itself, which is the show's greatest strength (and the biggest differentiator from similar shows). The show brings a human-centered and deeply personal look at what is often a very impersonal and inhumane system. Recommended for anyone, but a must listen for those interested in immigration.


This podcast contains really great content. It's illuminating to hear these stories and brings a new light to a subject that is already in a controversial spotlight. Excited to hear more!

One of the best podcasts I have listened to

Matt has done a beautiful job with this podcast! Telling a story of immigration if people has been a learning experience, and it has encouraged me to be a voice for so many in this country that are voiceless.

Thank you Matt for bringing us all of these beautiful people and their stories. Thank you also for educating us in what the immigration fight truly is in this country!