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Sophia Sepp

DACA and Juvenile Delinquency Adjudications & Records: FAQs

By | Immigrant Youth, Immigration Relief, Legal Professionals, Legal/Law, Practice, Practice Highlight

DACA and Juvenile Delinquency Adjudications & Records: FAQs

Rachel Prandini & Kristen Jackson, Public Counsel; Immigrant Legal Resource Center (May 27, 2021)

This practice advisory answers frequently asked questions on addressing disclosure of juvenile adjudications and dissemination of court records for individuals interested in applying for DACA, and also includes a sample DACA request packet.

Ending the Invisibility of Dual Language Learners in Early Childhood Systems A Framework for DLL Identification

By | Culture: Issues and Competencies, Early Childhood, Language Issues, Law & Policy, Law/Policy Highlight, State Policies, State Policy

Ending the Invisibility of Dual Language Learners in Early Childhood Systems A Framework for DLL Identification

Maki Park & Delia Pompa, Migration Policy Institute (May 2021)

This policy brief provides a framework of the essential elements that should be included to create standardized and comprehensive processes for identifying and tracking Dual Language Learners within early childhood systems.

Immigration Enforcement Fear and Anxiety in Latinx High School Students: The Indirect Effect of Perceived Discrimination

By | Child Well-Being, Culture: Issues and Competencies, Immigrant Families Research, Immigration Enforcement, Research Highlight, Trauma

Immigration Enforcement Fear and Anxiety in Latinx High School Students: The Indirect Effect of Perceived Discrimination

Jodi Berger Cardoso, Kalina Brabeck, Randy Capps, Tzuan Chen, Natalia Giraldo-Santiago, Anjely Huertas, and Nubia A. Mayorga; Journal of Adolescent Health (August 20, 2020)

This study explored the impacts of immigration enforcement on fear and anxiety among Latinx high school student and the role of perceived discrimination in this association.

Adults in Low-Income Immigrant Families Were Deeply Affected by the COVID-19 Crisis yet Avoided Safety Net Programs in 2020

By | Child Well-Being, Immigrant Families Research, Immigration Enforcement, Public Charge, Research, Research Highlight

Adults in Low-Income Immigrant Families Were Deeply Affected by the COVID-19 Crisis yet Avoided Safety Net Programs in 2020

Hamutal Bernstein, Dulce Gonzalez, and Michael Karpman; Urban Institute (May 2021)

This research explores the persistent chilling effects on benefits program use during the pandemic, particularly among low-income immigrant families who live below 200 percent of the federal poverty level.

Many Immigrant Families with Children Continued to Avoid Public Benefits in 2020, Despite Facing Hardships

By | Child Well-Being, Immigrant Families Research, Immigration Enforcement, Public Charge, Research, Research Highlight

Many Immigrant Families with Children Continued to Avoid Public Benefits in 2020, Despite Facing Hardships

Jennifer M. Haley, Genevieve M. Kenney, Hamutal Bernstein, and Dulce Gonzalez; Urban Institute (May 2021)

This research explores the many hardships, financial concerns, and chilling effects experienced by immigrant families with children during 2020. Researchers found that 20% of immigrant families avoided public benefits due to immigration-related concerns.

June Webinar Series from CLINIC

By | Opportunities

June Webinar Series from CLINIC

Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (June 2021)

CLINIC is offering several webinar series during the month of June, including the following “Overview of Immigration Consequences of Crimes,” “Citizenship and Naturalization,” and “Fundraising and Enhancing Fee Revenue.”