Caribbean immigrants

The 2,000 Mile Wall in Search of a Purpose: Since 2007 Visa Overstays have Outnumbered Undocumented Border Crossers by a Half Million

Report Author: 
Robert Warren & Donald Kerwin
Original Date of Publication: 
2017 Apr

The 2,000 Mile Wall in Search of a Purpose: Since 2007 Visa Overstays have Outnumbered Undocumented Border Crossers by a Half Million

Not only are "visa overstays," i.e. people who entered on valid visas but remained beyond their period of authorized stay, a growing portion of the undocumented population (42 percent of the total undocumented population in 2014), they now constitute the majority of all new undocumented people, e.g.

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Other

The Negative Consequences of Entangling Local Policing and Immigration Enforcement

Report Author: 
Danyelle Solomon, Tom Jawetz, & Sanam Malik
Original Date of Publication: 
2017 Mar

The Negative Consequences of Entangling Local Policing and Immigration Enforcement

"The Negative Consequences of Entangling Local Policing and Immigration Enforcement" briefly discusses the costs that local jurisdictions may incur if, in the face of threats by the Trump administration, they adopt policies to assist the federal government in immigration enforcement.

Source Organization: 
Center for American Progress

Keeping Families Together: Why All Americans Should Care About What Happens to Unauthorized Immigrants

Report Author: 
Silva Mathema
Original Date of Publication: 
2017 Mar

Keeping Families Together: Why All Americans Should Care About What Happens to Unauthorized Immigrants

More than eight million U.S. citizens have at least one undocumented family member in their household. This report examines the effects of policies targeting undocumented immigrants on millions of American citizens. This study uses the 2010-2014 American Community Survey to estimate the number of family members of unauthorized immigrants.

Source Organization: 
Center for American Progress

Family Stability and Instability among Low-Income Hispanic Mothers with Young Children

Report Author: 
Elizabeth Karberg, Natasha Cabrera, Jay Fagan, Mindy E. Scott, and Lina Guzman
Original Date of Publication: 
2017 Feb

Family Stability and Instability among Low-Income Hispanic Mothers with Young Children

Early experiences of young children in Latino families vary greatly from the experiences of children in white and black families.

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Other

Not Lost in Translation: The Growing Importance of Foreign Language Skills in the U.S. Job Market

Report Author: 
New American Economy
Original Date of Publication: 
2017 Mar

Not Lost in Translation: The Growing Importance of Foreign Language Skills in the U.S. Job Market

The demand for bilingual workers in the U.S. increased dramatically from 2010 to 2015: online bilingual job postings increased from around 240,000 in 2010 to roughly 630,000 in 2015. This report from New American Economy investigates the growing demand for bilingual workers and what can be done to help both U.S.- and foreign-born workers access these high-demand jobs.

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Other

The Immigration Act of 1990: Unfinished Business a Quarter-Century Later

Report Author: 
Muzaffar Chishti & Stephen Yale-Loehr
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Jul

The Immigration Act of 1990:  Unfinished Business a Quarter-Century Later

It has been more than a quarter century since the U.S. immigration system was last overhauled. The 1990 Immigration Act aimed to tilt the visa allocation system more toward answering the demands of the U.S. economy. Much of this paper is dedicated to reviewing changes made by the 1990 Immigration Act and assessing their effects.

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Source Organization: 
Migration Policy Institute

Stronger Together: Immigrants, Refugees, and the Future of Texas

Report Author: 
Michael Kavate, Aryah Somers Landsberger, Daranee Petsod
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 May

Stronger Together: Immigrants, Refugees, and the Future of Texas

What role can foundations play in supporting the integration of immigrants? And why is immigrant integration an important goal, not only for foundations with a mission to serve immigrants but also for foundations with broader giving priorities, such as those working in the education, health, and civic participation areas?

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Other

Welcome to Akron: How Immigrants and Refugees are Contributing to Akron's Economic Growth

Report Author: 
Partnership for a New American Economy
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Mar

Welcome to Akron: How Immigrants and Refugees are Contributing to Akron's Economic Growth

Welcome to Akron: How Immigrants and Refugees are Contributing to Akron's Economic Growth by the Partnership for a New American Economy argues that Akron's immigrants and refugees are "critical" to the city's future economic success.

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Other

Deportation without Representation: The Access-to-Justice Crisis Facing New Jersey's Immigrant Families

Report Author: 
Lori A. Nessel & Farrin R. Anello
Original Date of Publication: 
2016 Jun

Deportation without Representation: The Access-to-Justice Crisis Facing New Jersey's Immigrant Families

Deportation without Representation: The Access-to-Justice Crisis Facing New Jersey's Immigrant Families argues for an expansion of access to free and low-cost legal services for low- income New Jersey residents who are facing deportation proceedings.

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Source Organization: 
Seton Hall University School of Law
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