NCLR documents the implementation of existing immigration laws and analyzes the potential impacts of public policies on immigrant and Latino communities. Our research on immigration seeks to provide a unique perspective on the intersection between immigration and Latino civil rights. Recent immigration publications include a fact sheet on the implications of a national electronic employment verification system and a report on the effects of immigration enforcement operations on children and families. We look forward to publishing on prominent issues, including comprehensive immigration reform, state and local enforcement of immigration laws, and immigrant integration.
Immigration Research Publications
- Untangling the Oklahoma Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act: Consequences for Children and Families (report, 2009)
- Citizenship Beyond Reach (fact sheet, 2009)
- Fulfilling the Promise of Comprehensive Immigration Reform (fact sheet)
- Dangerous Business: Implications of an EEVS for Latinos and the U.S. Workforce (fact sheet, 2008)
- Paying the Price: The Impact of Immigration Raids on America's Children (report, 2007)