These funding recommendations cover a broad range of options for funders seeking to respond to the Central American unaccompanied minors crisis.
Find all program-related materials for the webinar, "Pathways Forward for U.S. Refugee Resettlement" here, including presentation and recording.
This two-page infographic summarizes the mission, vision, and impact of Delivering on the Dream.
GCIR Annual Report
... and rights violations looming large.
In this volatile immigration policy landscape, GCIR provided the thought leadership, technical ... needs.
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... country who are fighting to end the policy and practice of immigration detention.
Hearing the positive outlooks of the national ... us. GCIR will continue to be in conversation with them about how to support the work moving forward. In the meantime, please visit the ...
... for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) transformed the national immigration policy landscape and—by extension—the lives of young immigrants ...
... DHS has the authority to place asylum-seekers directly into immigration court proceedings, it continues to detain mothers and children and ... bear the burden of tracking down their loved ones, worrying about their well-being, and attempting to link their cases. Multiple ...
... Laredo, and El Paso, Texas to gather information about the implementation and impact of these policies. Researchers visited five federal courts, seven ports of entry, and nine immigration detention facilities.
Zero-Tolerance Criminal ...
... justice will be attained when all people, inclusive of all immigration statuses, have the economic, social and political power and means to make decisions about their bodies, sexuality, health and families. Public charge goes against ...
... of California, San Diego; United We Dream; the National Immigration Law Center; and the Center for American Progress fielded a national ... A majority of respondents reported that they think about being deported at least once a day. Among parents, 76 percent reported ...
... three family detention centers with a combined capacity of about 3,300 beds. As the Trump administration prepares to ramp up family detention, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is reportedly exploring options to ...
What is Public Charge?
Part of federal immigration law for over a hundred years, the “public charge” test is ... fundamentally change who we are as a nation—transforming us from a country that welcomes people who plan to work hard and achieve a ... strong and productive, and raise children who thrive. With about one in four children having at least one immigrant parent, this issue ...
... Mohammed, Luma, and Najah—are left out of conversations about refugee policies.
Under the Trump administration, the refugee ... actually admitted in fiscal year 2018 is even lower: Only about 22,500 refugees were admitted, the lowest number in more than a decade ...
... points along the United States-Mexico border to learn about conditions and challenges experienced by unaccompanied children seeking ... shelters. KIND also met with Mexican child welfare, immigration, and refugee agency officials and with U.S. immigration officials, ...
... (or certain subgroups of the public) supports more or less immigration and how certain groups of people feel about immigrants. These types of analyses rarely dig deeper into why the ...
... 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 ...
... to enter the U.S., as well as who is allowed to adjust their immigration status. It has been rightly noted that changes to the public charge ... services for themselves when needed when they are told about proposed changes to the public charge rule (p < .001);