Angela M. Kelley, Marshall Fitz, Philip E. Wolgin, y Ann Garcia analizan las ramificaciones legales y políticas del reciente anuncio de la administración Obama de priorizar la expulsión de criminales peligrosos en vez de miembros de familias, estudiantes o familias militares y otros de baja prioridad.
Angela M. Kelley, Marshall Fitz, Philip E. Wolgin, and Ann Garcia analyze the policy and political ramifications of the Obama administration’s recent announcement to prioritize removal of dangerous criminals rather than low-priority family members, students, or military families.
La población Mexicana está envejeciendo mientras su economía está creciendo, escribe Philip E. Wolgin y Ann Garcia. Estos cambios transformarán de manera significativa el número de futuros inmigrantes a EE.UU.
Mexico’s population is aging while its economy is growing, write Philip E. Wolgin and Ann Garcia. These changes will significantly cut down on the number of future immigrants to America.
Folayemi Agbede and Ann Garcia profile brave young Africans who are going public despite their illegal status in support of legislation enabling them to remain in the country.
Issue Brief Marshall Fitz and Angela Kelley on why the “border security first” mantra is actually thwarting progress on border security.
The DREAM Act helps a discrete group of high-achieving youths get right with the law and become full-fledged Americans.
Conservative attempts to deny birthright citizenship to children of some immigrants are sexist and racist, write Gebe Martinez, Ann Garcia, and Jessica Arons.
Intentos de conservadores para negar el derecho natural a la ciudadanía de algunos inmigrantes son sexistas y racistas, escriben Gebe Martínez, Ann García y Jessica Arons.
Report Ann Garcia examines crime rates along the southwest border and finds claims of a crime epidemic caused by undocumented immigrants are false.
People of many faith traditions are pushing for comprehensive reform because it’s rooted in their spiritual beliefs, write Marta Cook and Ann Garcia.
Granting Haitian nationals Temporary Protected Status would help Haiti's society and economy recover from the earthquake, write Ann Garcia and Angela Maria Kelley.
Ann Garcia is a Policy Analyst for the Immigration Policy team at American Progress. Ann earned her B.A. in international politics and economics from Middlebury College. She worked with immigrant and native communities in Vermont to help foster welcoming environments. A long time resident of Texas, Ann has worked in migrant shelters in northern Mexico. […]