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Latina Immigrants’ Social Isolation

Latina immigrants in Houston and Phoenix experienced increased social isolation resulting from local government involvement in Secure Communities, a program that involves local and state officials in immigration enforcement.

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Insuring Immigrants

Many lawfully present immigrants remain uninsured due to fear, confusion about eligibility policies, and difficulty navigating the enrollment process.

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Covid-19 and ICE Raid Immigrants

In order to survive, we must follow public health recommendations by stopping ICE raids, detentions, and deportations.

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The Immigrant Paradox and School Success

Long-spell poverty is associated with lower academic performance, but research by Han et al. also found that children of immigrants were doing as well as, if not better than, children with native-born parents in certain areas like math.

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Covid-19 Vaccines for Refugees and Immigrants

Ensuring equitable access to vaccines for all who migrate to the US, regardless of legal status, would reduce the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on refugee, migrant, and immigrant communities.

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Caring for Immigrant Caregivers

Without immigrants to fill a substantial portion of the direct care workforce, direct care shortages may be worse than previously estimated.

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Integration Walls

Researchers examined state and local laws throughout the U.S. and determined where these laws are more or less supportive of immigrants.

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The Arab American Dream?

Immigrants to the US tend to be healthier than their children and grandchildren. Arab Americans may be an exception to the pattern.

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American Dreams and Diets

Most immigrants are healthier than native-born Americans upon arrival, but this immigrant health advantage tends to decline the longer one lives in the US.

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