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AT THE BORDER & BEYOND

Join the Im/migrant Scholar Well-Being Collaborative and its inaugural cohort of Policy Fellows for a virtual briefing entitled At the Border and Beyond: Research-Informed Approaches to Advance Immigrant Well-Being on empirical research on immigration policies focused on immigrant well-being. In the aftermath of the introduction of the Emergency National Security Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2024, which included proposals for historically high funding for detention, surveillance, and prevention through deterrence strategies, listen to academic experts across the country present new research published in a special issue of the American Behavioral Scientist. With research ranging from the impacts of electronic monitoring on parent-child relationships and the rising costs of bond amounts in immigration courts, and the impacts on US citizen border residents in the 100-mile border zone, join for a dynamic discussion led publicly engaged scholars with research informed by US immigrant communities on the ground.   

POLICY FELLOWS' RESEARCH.

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The Impact of the 100-mile Border Enforcement Zone on Mexican Americans in Arizona

By Nilda Flores-Gonzalez, Emir Estrada, Michelle Tellez, Daniela Carreon, and Brittany Romanello

Read Fellows' Bios: Dr. Flores-Gonzalez & Dr. Estrada

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An Expensive Pass to Freedom: Bond Amounts Trajectories in Immigration Court

By Lorena Avila and David Ibañez

Read Fellow's Bio: Lorena Avila

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The Impact of Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Surveillance Technology on the Well-being of the Children of Immigrants

By Mirian G. Martinez-Aranda

Read Fellow's Bio: Dr. Martinez-Aranda

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES.

Impacts of the 100-Mile Border Enforcement Zone

 

Immigration Courts and Bond Amounts  

 

Electronic Monitoring and ICE Surveillance

THANK YOU.

Thank you for your interest in the Im/migrant Well-Being Scholar Collaborative and our 2024 Policy Briefing. This briefing would not be possible without our tremendous cohort of inaugural fellows and the support of our institutional partners. 

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