Had it been implemented, the bipartisan immigration reform bill passed by the Senate in 2013 would have kept families together and significantly boosted the American economy.
The Economic Impacts of Removing Unauthorized Immigrant Workers
New Study of DACA Beneficiaries Shows Positive Economic and Educational Outcomes
The Harrowing Lives and Traumas of Central American Refugees
Renewing the United States’ Global Commitment to Refugee Resettlement
How the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Can End Its Reliance on Private Prisons
CAP data analysis provides insights into the challenges that LGBT people seeking asylum in the United States face and underscores the need for the government to collect sexual orientation and gender identity data.
Data analysis provides insight into the countries that LGBT asylum seekers come from and their experiences in the asylum process.
Granting deferred action to eligible undocumented immigrants provides big economic gains for states.
In honor of Immigrant Heritage Month, here are the top facts about the demographics, voting power, and economic effect of immigrants in the United States.
Asians are the fastest growing immigrant group in the United States today. For Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, here’s a look at the Asian immigrant population in the United States today.
The Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents program provides significant fiscal and economic benefits and has key electoral implications that could play a significant role in upcoming elections.
Data obtained by CAP through a Freedom of Information Act request reveal that Immigration and Customs Enforcement elected to detain 68 percent of LGBT immigrants who were eligible for release in fiscal year 2014.
Policymakers must support strategies for English language instruction that consider the needs of immigrant adults and children together in order to ensure families achieve greater economic and academic success and the ability to fully participate in society.
Farmworkers are the backbone of the nation’s agriculture sector, but many lack immigration status. The November immigration directives make 509,000 workers eligible for important, though temporary, protections.