12 April 2018

Regional Focus: United States

5 Questions for Mike Pompeo Regarding Refugees (Fixgov Blog, April 2018) [text]
*- See also questions from Human Rights First.

Attorney General Announces Zero-Tolerance Policy for Criminal Illegal Entry (U.S. Dept. of Justice, 6 April 2018) [text]
- See also related commentary from Immigration Impact blog and Human Rights First.

Bringing Evidence to the Refugee Integration Debate (Urban Institute, April 2018) [text]

"The Case for Nongovernmental Sanctuary for Immigrants," Los Angeles Times, 5 April 2018 [text]

The Chimera of Immigration Court Quotas (The Asylumist Blog, April 2018) [text]

Conducting Country Conditions Research for Asylum, Withholding of Removal, and Convention against Torture Claims, Practice Advisory (Center for Gender & Refugee Studies, 2018) [info]
- Note: Follow the link to learn how to submit a request for this text.

Ending “Catch and Release” at the Border of the United States and Directing Other Enhancements to Immigration Enforcement, Presidential Memorandum (White House, 6 April 2018) [text]

Ex-Military, Intelligence, and Foreign Policy Officials: Travel Ban Harms National Security (Just Security, April 2018) [text]

Immigration Relief for DACA Recipients Based on Fear of Return, Practice Advisory (Center for Gender & Refugee Studies, Feb. 2018) [text]

"Involuntary Sterilization among HIV-positive Garifuna Women from Honduras Seeking Asylum in the United States: Two Case Reports," Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine, vol. 56 (May 2018) [open access]

"Making Our ‘Immigration Courts’ Courts," The Federal Lawyer (March 2018) [full-text]

Migrant Caravan Making Its Way North to be Greeted by a Complex Web of Immigration Laws (Immigration Impact, April 2018) [text]

Rebuffed by Congress, Trump Resorts to Old Ideas on the Border (Fixgov Blog, April 2018) [text]

"The Travel Ban and the Supreme Court," ABA Journal, 2 April 2018 [full-text]

*Trump's Fabricated Border Crisis (Human Rights First Blog, April 2018) [text]

Why Don’t More Unaccompanied Children Pursue Refugee Status? (Niskanen Center Blog, April 2018) [text]


The Journey across America: Understanding a Nation’s Immigration Experience (ODI) [access]
- "Over the next two months, Katy Long will be travelling across America, tracing the history of newcomers to the country across two centuries and three thousand miles. At a time when America is fiercely debating the nature of national identity and the future of US immigration, this project offers a vital perspective on the history of US immigration at both a personal and political level."


Related post:
- Regional Focus: United States (4 April 2018)

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