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An undocumented Honduran immigrant reads her Bible during self-quarantine with her family for possible COVID-19 on March 30, 2020 in Mineola, New York.
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.
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.
Section 1325 is a federal law that makes “illegal entry” into the United States a criminal offense.
Interviews with 25 adults in immigrant families reveal the unique challenges posed by fear and misinformation.
New analysis shows that citizen-based apportionment can enhance the effect of gerrymandering.
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.
Immigrants and their children are expected to make up a greater share of our labor force in the coming decades.

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