Immigrant Children, Families, and Communities
Together, immigrants and their children make up one-quarter of the U.S. population, with much higher concentration in many cities and suburbs across the country. Urban Institute researchers bring in-depth expertise on wellbeing and public services to explore the experiences of families and children across these diverse communities, by lifting up key demographic data, exploring how public services can reach those who need them, and understanding the multigenerational integration of immigrant families.
- Expanding Preschool Access for Children of Immigrants
- Is Limited English Proficiency a Barrier to Homeownership?
- How Parental Preferences and Subsidy Receipt Shape Immigrant Families’ Child Care Choices
- Child Care Choices of Low-Income, Immigrant Families with Young Children
- Solutions for Youth: An Evaluation of the Latin American Youth Center's Promotor Pathway Program
- Demographic Trends of Children of Immigrants
- Fulfilling the Promise of Preschool in Silicon Valley: Examining Participation Patterns and Barriers to Access among Low-Income Children and Low-Income Children of Immigrants
- Supporting Immigrant Families' Access to Prekindergarten
- Barriers and Opportunities: Helping Smaller Immigrant Communities Access the Illinois Preschool for All Program
- From Cradle to Career: The Multiple Challenges Facing Immigrant Families in Langley Park Promise Neighborhood
- The Affordable Care Act: Coverage Implications and Issues for Immigrant Families
- Health and Social Service Needs of US-Citizen Children with Detained or Deported Immigrant Parents
- Immigrant Access to Health and Human Services: Final Report
- Hispanics’ Retirement Security: Past Trends and Future Prospects
Urban Wire Posts:
- Five reasons the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census is detrimental to its goal
- Immigrant parents shouldn’t have to choose between their dream of permanent residency and meeting their children’s basic needs
- How many children of immigrants live in the US? The answer is hard to pin down.
- Knowing the state and local story: How targeted data can support children’s access to preschool
- Over half of children of immigrants are bilingual
- How communities can support immigrant families
- Fulfilling the promise of preschool in Silicon Valley
- The Supplemental Poverty Measure reveals the limits of the safety net for immigrants
- How can cities assess their residents’ foreign language needs?
- Many older Hispanics face steep financial hurdles
- Children: the unseen casualties of the hatred unleashed by the election
- 10 Characteristics of Preschool-Age Children
- Visualizing Trends for Children of Immigrants
- Mapping America’s Futures