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A woman holding a young child talks to a female pediatrician at a free clinic
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Reports
July 2022
Cover image for The Missing Link

Asylees in the United States are eligible for many of the same benefits and services as refugees, but many may not be aware of this fact. For asylum seekers awaiting a decision in their case, available assistance is far more limited, but similar information gaps exist. This report examines which supports are available to asylees and asylum seekers and offers recommendations to improve how they are connected with programs for which they are eligible.

Aerial views of Worthington, MN, and Houston, TX
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Reports
July 2022
Cover image for Changing the Playbook

U.S. cities and towns have responded to COVID-19 in ways that are as diverse as the communities they aim to support. This report looks at how two very different locations—Worthington, MN, and the greater Houston area—incorporated immigrants into their relief efforts, through partnerships, strategic outreach, targeted assistance, and more. The report also highlights useful lessons for responses to future emergencies.

Mother holds her young child while doctor examines him with a stethoscope
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Policy Briefs
June 2022
Cover image for Immigrant Children’s Medicaid and CHIP Access brief

Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program help many children in low-income families access health care. But under federal rules, hundreds of thousands of children are ineligible due to immigration status. This brief presents U.S. and state-level estimates of immigrant children who are eligible for and participate in these programs and considers the impact of state policies that expand access to public health insurance.

JRS Europe volunteers and young refugees wearing face masks visit a site in Luxembourg
Jesuit Refugee Service
Reports
June 2022
Cover image for The COVID-19 Catalyst report

The pandemic and its economic fallout have created a perfect storm for immigrant integration, challenging the well-being and livelihoods of many migrants and refugees in Europe and North America while upending governments’ usual policy toolbox. This report looks at how policymakers and civil society have innovated, and what lessons can be gleaned to strengthen immigrant integration governance going forward.

Two women at a Sudanese community center rehabilitated by IOM and a local NGO
IOM/Muse Mohammed
Policy Briefs
June 2022
Cover image for Embedding Reintegration Assistance...

Although European programs to support returning migrants’ reintegration into the communities where they settle have expanded and improved in recent years, returning—at times after years away—is never easy. This policy brief looks at how reintegration programs can adapt the assistance they provide to the local context and connect returnees with longer-term support through referrals, and what it takes to make these referrals successful.

A laptop and cocktail on a ledge overlooking the beach
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Reports
June 2022
Cover image for The Future of Remote Work

The number of people who work from home or another location other than a traditional office has been growing for decades, but the pandemic has accelerated this shift—with important implications for immigration policy. This report examines trends in remote work, challenges digital nomads and employers face when navigating immigration systems, and opportunities to adapt immigration policies to keep pace with changes in the world of work.

Migration Policy Institute

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