DREAM Act/Deferred Action
Focusing on top immigration policy issues at federal and state levels, this 2022 Immigration Law and Policy Conference featured keynotes by Connecticut Attorney General William Tong and Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson exploring the growing role states are taking in the national immigration debate.
This MPI discussion with leading experts, advocates, and a top official from the administration examines the Biden track record on immigration and what lays ahead
Prospects for a U.S. Legalization Program and the Unauthorized Immigrant Groups that Could Factor in the Debate
Following President Biden's call on Congress to enact a sweeping immigration proposal that offers most unauthorized immigrants a pathway to citizenship, this discussion examines the prospects for any legislative efforts at immigration reform, what bipartisan support might develop, and the various legalization policy options.
What actions might the incoming Biden administration take on immigration, whether to unwind some of the most restrictive Trump policies or advance an affirmative agenda of its own? And what challenges and opportunities will the Biden administration face?
This year’s Immigration Law and Policy Conference examines the immigration policy agenda under the Trump administration, including changes in the asylum system; the vast societal upheaval brought on by COVID-19 and the rising racial justice movement; what the future of U.S. immigration may look like; and many other topics related to U.S. immigration policy.
A Deeper Look at the DREAMers Who Could Feature in the Legalization Debate in Congress
More Than a DREAM (Act), Less Than a Promise
House Bills Would Largely Dismantle Asylum System at U.S.-Mexico Border
A Narrower Path in the House for Most DREAMers
A Path to Citizenship for 1.8 Million DREAMERs? Despite Talk, No Proposal Would Do So
The Trump Immigration Plan: A Lopsided Proposal
Will DREAMers Crowd U.S.-Born Millennials Out of Jobs?
Legalization for DREAMers: A Realistic Appraisal of Potential Chain Migration
All Eyes Turn to Congress, Following Trump Decision to Terminate DACA Program
Mapping the Patchwork of State ‘DREAM Acts’ and Postsecondary Education Policies for Unauthorized Immigrant Youth