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Deportation

In High and Low Enforcement Jurisdictions Alike, Most Latino High School Students Express Fear of Deportation, with Consequences for Mental Health

By | Child Well-Being, Deportation, Detention, Family Separation, Highlighted Resources, ICE, Immigrant Families Research, Immigration Enforcement, Research, Research Highlight, Trauma

In High and Low Enforcement Jurisdictions Alike, Most Latino High School Students Express Fear of Deportation, with Consequences for Mental Health 

Randy Capps, Jodi Berger Cardoso, Kalina Brabeck, Michael Fix, and Ariel G Ruiz Soto, Migration Policy Institute (September 2020) 

The fear surrounding immigration enforcement in American communities is far-reaching. This report demonstrates the consequences of such concerns for Latino youth’s mental health while also concentrating on support factors of spirituality and family relationships as potential sources of resilience.

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The Invisible Wall: Policies that Threaten Immigrant Families

By | Deportation, Detention, Family Separation, Federal Policy, Highlighted Resources, ICE, Immigration Enforcement, Immigration Relief, Law & Policy, Law/Policy Highlight, Legal/Law

The Invisible Wall: Policies that Threaten Immigrant Families

Protecting Immigrant Families (August 14, 2020)

This resource reviews the litany of polices Trump’s administration has executed to decrease immigration to the United States. It details if the policy has been proposed, is in litigation, and its potential finality.

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Dismantling and Reconstructing the U.S. Immigration System: A Catalog of Changes under the Trump Presidency

By | Deportation, Detention, Family Separation, ICE, Immigrant Families Research, Immigration Enforcement, Immigration Relief, Legal/Law, Public Charge, Research, Research Highlight

Dismantling and Reconstructing the U.S. Immigration System: A Catalog of Changes under the Trump Presidency

Sarah Pierce and Jessica Bolter, Migration Policy Institute (July, 2020)

Since Trump’s inauguration, over 400 policies and executive orders have been implemented targeting all levels of immigration to and within the United States. This report covers all notable changes and their long lasting effects on the immigration system.

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How can child protection agencies support families and children who lack lawful immigration status?

By | Deportation, Highlighted Resources, Immigrant Youth, Immigration Enforcement, Immigration Relief, Legal/Law, Practice Highlight, Social Workers, Topics

How can child protection agencies support families and children who lack lawful immigration status?

California Evidenced-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (June 22, 2020)

This resource covers resources and strategies to best support immigrant families that do not have documented status within the United States.

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The Day That ICE Came: How Worksite Raids Are Once Again Harming Children and Families

By | Child Well-Being, Deportation, Family Separation, Highlighted Resources, ICE, Immigrant Families Research, Immigration Enforcement, Research, Research Highlight

The Day That ICE Came: How Worksite Raids Are Once Again Harming Children and Families

Wendy Cervantes, Rebecca Ulrich, & Vanessa Meraz, CLASP (July 13, 2020)

CLASP conducted a study at three locations where ICE worksite raids were conducted in order to evaluate the impact on immigrant children and families. Findings shows severe adverse affects on the mental health and economic well-being of children, their parents, and their communities.

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Communities in Crisis: Interior Removals and Their Human Consequences

By | Deportation, Family Separation, Highlighted Resources, Immigrant Families Research, Immigration Enforcement, Research, Research Highlight, Topics

Communities in Crisis: Interior Removals and Their Human Consequences

Kino Border Initiative, The Center for Migration Studies of New York, and the Office of Justice and Ecology (November 2018)

Migrant advocacy groups at the Arizona border are seeing more immigrants being deported after spending many years living in the United States and a new survey by several faith-based groups details the hardships separated families face after a relative is deported.

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The Effects of Forced Family Separation in the Rio Grande Valley: A Family Unity, Family Health Research Update

By | Child Well-Being, Deportation, Detention, Family Separation, Highlighted Resources, Immigrant Families Research, Research, Research Highlight, Resources, Topics

The Effects of Forced Family Separation in the Rio Grande Valley: A Family Unity, Family Health Research Update

Martha Ockenfels-Martinez, Sara Satinsky, and Jonathan Heller, Human Impact Partners & La Union del Pueblo Entero (October 2018)

This report lifts up how everyday activities, like driving, can result in severe consequences for children and families in the Valley. A minor traffic stop can snowball into the detention or deportation of a Rio Grande Valley community member. We chronicle how current practices around traffic stops, identification (ID) cards, and immigration enforcement are affecting the health and safety of the entire Rio Grande Valley.

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