... their immigration status. DHS' Proposed Rule: What May Change With Public Charge ...
Detached and Afraid: U.S. Immigration Policy and the Practice of Forcibly Separating Parents and Young Children at the Border
... who are under age six. This journal article explores what happens to these children once they are separated from their families by ... in temporary foster care. It draws preliminary conclusions about the emerging impact of family separation on outcomes for these children. ...
... rule expansively — and unnecessarily — redefines what being a “public charge” means, fundamentally changing who would be ...
... share of the children who remained uninsured, representing about 25 percent of all children, but 39 percent of uninsured children. ...
... 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 ...
... born in the country and are therefore U.S. citizens, and about one-quarter have an unauthorized immigrant parent. Children of ...
... release of a final public charge rule. They find that: About one in seven adults in immigrant families (13.7 percent) reported ... charge rule (62.9 percent). Adults who had heard “a lot” about the proposed rule were the most likely to report chilling effects in ...
... concerns. The study highlights fear and confusion about the proposed public charge rule, a reliance on the media for information ...