15 April 2019

Regional Focus: United States - Pt. 2

Policy Proposals:

As these reports in NPR, Politico and Vox note, the Trump administration wants to take an even more hard-line approach towards immigration matters. Here are some alternative proposals relating to asylum policy, immigration courts, Central American flows and US humanitarian assistance:

Central Americans Need Less Violence, More Development, and a Safe Place to Stay (Future Development Blog, April 2019) [text]

"Democrats Will Have to Develop Their Own Big Answer to the Asylum Crisis," Washington Post, 3 April 2019 [text]

"I'm an Immigration Judge. Here's How We Can Fix Our Immigration Courts," Washington Post, 12 April 2019 [text]
- See also related ImmigrationProf blog post.

"Illegal Immigration Must Be Addressed at the Source, Johnson Says," NPR, 2 April 2019 [text]

Now is the Time to Reform US Humanitarian Assistance, Refugee Response (The Hill, April 2019) [text]

Policy Options for Responding to Changing Migration Flows at the Southwest Border, Testimony before Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, 4 April 2019 [text]

Policy Solutions to Address Crisis at Border Exist, But Require Will and Staying Power to Execute (Migration Policy Institute, April 2019) [text]

The Real Solution: Regional Response Rather than Border Closures, Mass Incarceration, and Refugee Returns (Human Rights First, April 2019) [text]

Reforming the Immigration System: Proposals to Promote Independence, Fairness, Efficiency, and Professionalism in the Adjudication of Removal Cases (American Bar Association, March 2019) [text]

"What the Trump Administration Must Do to Get a Grip on the Border Crisis: Chertoff & Ahern," USA Today, 15 April 2019 [text]

Working Paper: Addressing the Increase of Central American Migrants (National Immigration Forum, April 2019) [text]
- See also related post on The Hill.

Related post:
- Regional Focus: United States - Pt. 1 (15 April 2019)

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