COVID-19 has heightened the consequences of recent policies that have deterred immigrants from receiving federal safety net assistance.
One of four children in the US have at least one foreign-born parent.
Creative Financing Could Help Cities Like Portland, Maine, Integrate Asylum Seekers and Tackle Other Challenges
Several hundred asylum seekers—most fleeing violence in Central Africa—arrived in Portland, Maine over the summer.
National survey estimates show how the rule dampens immigrant families' participation in programs like Medicaid and SNAP.
Interviews with 25 adults in immigrant families reveal the unique challenges posed by fear and misinformation.
San Diego’s workforce system can help all residents, including immigrants, move up the career ladder, earn more, and find greater economic stability for their families.
In May, HUD proposed making families with mixed immigration status ineligible for public housing or housing choice vouchers.
With Public Charge Rule Looming, One in Seven Adults in Immigrant Families Reported Avoiding Public Benefit Programs in 2018
A new report provides evidence of “chilling effects” on immigrant families’ participation in safety net programs.
The administration's proposed changes to immigration policy are already affecting some immigrant and noncitizen families who rely on housing assistance.