Sarah Pierce and Jessica Bolter, MPI, July 2020
"Through bold, sweeping changes as well as less-noted technical adjustments, the Trump administration has dramatically reshaped the U.S. immigration system since entering office in January 2017. Now...
BAJI, NYU Law Immigrant Rights Clinic, Jan. 2020
"Just as African-Americans suffer disproportionately high arrest, prosecution and incarceration rates, so too are Black immigrants. This occurs despite no evidence that they engage in more criminalized...
Stephen Yale-Loehr and Mackenzie Eason, July 2020
"For over 40 years, lawmakers and academics have been debating whether the United States should adopt a merit or skills-based approach to labor immigration and a points-based program for selecting...
Tina Huang, Zachary Arnold, CSET, July 2020
"The United States has historically led the world in technological innovation through its internationally renowned education institutions, innovative industries, top-tier research laboratories and, critically...
Stuart Anderson, Forbes, July 7, 2020
"Faced with the prospect of losing the power to make immigration policy after the November 2020 presidential election, Trump administration officials are speeding up efforts to force foreign nationals to leave...
Aditi Shah, June 29, 2020
"From the outset, the coronavirus pandemic posed a unique and immediate threat to incarcerated people—including noncitizens in civil immigration detention. As the pandemic goes on, lawsuits have proliferated across...
Felipe de la Hoz, The Nation, June 30, 2020
"The Board of Immigration Appeals, once an impartial appellate court, has become a new front in the Trump administration’s war against migrants."
Tempest Tossed, June 30, 2020
"Walls, a ban on Muslims, a promise to end DACA: How did immigration become a central feature of Donald Trump's campaign for President? Alex Aleinikoff and Deb Amos talk with New York Times reporters Michael Shear...
White House, June 22, 2020
"The 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has significantly disrupted Americans’ livelihoods. Since March 2020, United States businesses and their workers have faced extensive disruptions while undertaking certain...
Jorge Loweree, Aaron Reichlin-Melnick and Walter Ewing, Ph.D., May 27, 2020
"The COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus) pandemic, and the federal government’s response, has disrupted virtually every aspect of the U.S. immigration system. Visa processing...
Donald Kerwin, May 2, 2020
"In late March, I argued in an earlier version of this paper that the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) should immediately embark on an aggressive program of release, supervised release and alternative-to-detention...
Kevin Appleby, May 4, 2020
"The coronavirus pandemic has challenged many commonly-held perceptions about the United States. We have learned we are not invincible, for one, and are not always the best prepared in responding to crises. We also have...
DU Law Prof. César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández writes:
"On Monday, May 4, I’ll join two outstanding scholars and advocates, Alina Das and Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, to talk about immigration policing in the United...
Anil Kalhan, Apr. 30, 2020
"When faced with criticism for his responses to the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump has reacted almost reflexively by touting his administration’s immigration restrictions as the centerpiece of its efforts...
Jay Willis, Apr. 29, 2020
"Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for the Trump administration to deport more legal permanent residents for criminal convictions that occurred in the distant past. The appalling result in Barton v. Barr...