... a video of her father being pulled over and detained by immigration officials about six blocks away from dropping her younger sister off at ... This brief aims to inform advocates and policymakers about the effects of hostile immigration policies on children and the need to ...
July 10, 2019
... seeking refuge demonstrate its expansive vision to restrict immigration at all cost.
Children in Detention and Family Separation
> What can I do? To learn more about funding strategies and opportunities, contact Huong Nguyen-Yap if you ...
... in temporary foster care. It draws preliminary conclusions about the emerging impact of family separation on outcomes for these children.
Detached and Afraid: U.S. Immigration Policy and the Practice of Forcibly Separating Parents and Young ...
Recent demographic trends and a rapidly changing immigration policy landscape, including rising federal immigration enforcement, ... born in the country and are therefore U.S. citizens, and about one-quarter have an unauthorized immigrant parent.
Children of ...
December 5, 2018
... recent study examining the experience of people who lived in counties where SNAP—previously known as the Food Stamp Program—was first ... a lawful permanent resident (or “green card holder”). Immigration officials consider whether the applicant could become primarily ...
February 13, 2018
... of deportation.
These efforts are vital. Restrictive immigration policies and increased enforcement are causing fear and toxic ... impacts the entire community. They are facing uncertainty about their legal status and fear they may lose permission to remain in the ...
April 18, 2019
Monthly Immigration Policy Call
... program design, policymaking, and litigation? This Monthly Immigration Policy Call will delve deeper into how children are experiencing ... harm.
Neha Desai , Attorney, Director, Immigration, National Center for Youth Law
Cory Schindel , Deputy ...
... of using benefits in the future.
Beyond reducing future immigration numbers, there is widespread concern this revised public charge ... release of a final public charge rule. They find that:
About one in seven adults in immigrant families (13.7 percent) reported ...
... Medicaid, SNAP, or housing assistance in 2018 because of immigration concerns. The study highlights fear and confusion about the proposed public charge rule, a reliance on the media for information ...
... share of the children who remained uninsured, representing about 25 percent of all children, but 39 percent of uninsured children.
May 10, 2018
... through partner relationships. Join this call to learn more about this program's model and its impact on families and the communities in ...
... Kaiser Family Foundation report showed that the current immigration policy environment significantly increased fear and uncertainty ...
Draft changes to the “public charge” rule would put immigration status at risk if an immigrant—or his or her family, including ...
December 4, 2018
A proposal from the Trump administration aims to remake immigration policy by expanding the definition of “public charge.” The ... Program (CHIP) for their children, the majority of whom are US citizens.
As we explore in our new brief , Medicaid/CHIP ...
March 14, 2018
... in uncertain times. We’ll talk with funder leaders about policy strategies to stabilize children’s lives. And, we’ll have a chance to talk together about the goals and plans for the Roundtable.
Gina Adams, ...
An analysis by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation of how the proposed "public charge" rule overhaul will impact immigrants' health coverage.
An analysis of impact on immigrant hunger of the proposed public charge rule that was posted on the Department of Homeland Security’s website in late September.
An introduction to the research on adverse childhood events (ACEs) and toxic stress, in particular their long-term impact.
January 23, 2019
Join the BeWell Funders' Group to discuss the chilling effect resulting from the current anti-immigrant agenda and alternative models for meeting mental health needs of the immigrant community.
The public charge rule will lead to decreased participation in certain programs that will contribute to more uninsured individuals and negatively affect the health and financial stability of families and the growth and healthy development of their children.