I use a variety of qualitative and quantitative methods in my research, including interviews and political ethnography, archival research, as well as experiments and surveys. My book project is a comparative analysis of diaspora voting policies, drawing on fieldwork and an original dataset to identify the conditions under which states organize voting for citizens living outside the borders. A second line of research focuses on the voting behavior of emigrants, where I combine experimental methods with surveys and interviews to better understand the mechanisms shaping transnational electoral participation. I also study migration policy and democratization more broadly, including policy commentary in Foreign Policy and a recent study on partisanship and contentious elections published in the Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties.