From January 12th – 14th, I will be presenting three papers at the Joint 20th Nordic Migration Research Conference & 17th ETMU Conference on 12 ̶14 January 2021 at the University of Helsinki, Finland. These three papers are part of an ongoing research project I am leading in Finland titled “Finnish-Immigrant Mutual Relations”. The papers that have been accepted are as follows: (1) “Perceived threat or perceived benefit? Immigrants’ perception of how Finns tend to perceive them;” (2) “Finnish-immigrant mutual intergroup attitudes;” and (3) “Challenges to immigrant integration: A study among immigrants from 40 nationalities living in Finland”. The conference is organized under the theme of Colonial/Racial Histories, National Narratives, and Transnational Migration. According to the conference website, the aim of the conference is “to provide a multidisciplinary platform for discussions in which the colonial/racial past and present (coloniality) are seen as relevant for how diasporic communities, racialized minorities, and Indigenous Peoples are encountered and acted upon in the Nordic societies, as well as how these communities resist, question, resurgence, organize themselves and seek for alternative horizons beyond hierarchies”. The conference is jointly organized by Nordic Migration Research (NMR), Society for the Study of Ethnic Relations and International Migration (ETMU), Migration Institute of Finland (MIF) and the Centre for Research on Ethnic Relations and Nationalism (CEREN) at the Swedish School of Social Science, University of Helsinki. I am excited about sharing my work with the academic community.