Delivering on the Dream (DOTD)

On November 12th, the Supreme Court will hear several consolidated cases challenging the Trump administration’s effort to end DACA. A decision could be issued any time in the first half of 2020.
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November 2019
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Produced by Public Sector Consultants and supported by the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, Kresge Foundation and Skillman Foundation, this report creates a multifaceted view of immigrant and refugee supporting organizations in Southeast Michigan.
September 2019
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Every year, the Center for American Progress; the U.S. Immigration Policy Center at the University of California, San Diego; United We Dream; and the National Immigration Law Center come together to learn more about the impacts of the DACA program on beneficiaries and communities. This is the 5th annual survey of DACA recipients; the survey results help inform policymakers, advocates and decision makers about the benefits of the program.
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September 2019
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This two-page infographic summarizes the mission, vision, and impact of Delivering on the Dream.
June 2019
Infographic
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This issue brief summarizes litigation on DACA since the announced end of the program on September 5, 2017. 
Litigation on DACA: What We Know
November 2018
Issue Brief
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This issue brief presents findings from a survey that demonstrates DACA recipients make significant contributions to the economy and their communities. 
Amid Legal and Political Uncertainty, DACA Remains More Important Than Ever
August 2018
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This issue brief details legal developments since the Trump administration rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. 
Amid Court Challenges, Here’s What Will Happen If DACA Ends
August 2018
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This issue brief discusses how the Trump administration's proposed changes to the public charge rule would negatively impact disabled immigrants. 
Trump’s Public-Charge Rule Would Threaten Disabled Immigrants’ Health and Safety
August 2018
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This report, by professor Tom Wong for the Center for American Progress, shows that policies of family separation and increased family detention have not deterred immigration at the southwest border. 
Do Family Separation and Detention Deter Immigration?
July 2018
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This factsheet details the potential effects of proposed changes to the public charge rule on children in immigrant families. 
A Threat to the Health and Wellbeing of Children in Immigrant Families
July 2018
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