Understanding Secondary Immigration Enforcement: Immigrant Youth and Family Separation in a Border County

Understanding Secondary Immigration Enforcement: Immigrant Youth and Family Separation in a Border County (Nina Rabin, Journal of Law and Education, 47 (1), 2018). In debates over immigration reform, young people in immigrant families are often characterized as a distinct population, with claims and interests entirely separate from those of their parents. Bifurcating the undocumented population between children and parents over-simplifies how immigration enforcement impacts families. This article challenges the dichotomy between children and parents by studying how young people, regardless of Read More

Back to Square One: Socioeconomic Integration of Deported Migrants

Back to Square One: Socioeconomic Integration of Deported Migrants (Anda M. David, International Migration Review, 51: 127–154, 2017) This paper addresses the issue of socioeconomic integration of forced return migrants, focusing on the Maghreb countries. Starting from the hypothesis that the return has to be prepared, I tested whether a disruption in the migration cycle (such as deportation) increases the individual’s vulnerability and affects his integration from both a structural and sociocultural point of view, using the 2006 Migration de Read More

The Expulsion of European Union Citizens from the Host Member State: Legal Grounds and Practice

The Expulsion of European Union Citizens from the Host Member State: Legal Grounds and Practice (Maslowski 2015) Maslowski, Solange. 2015. “The Expulsion of European Union Citizens from the Host Member State: Legal Grounds and Practice.” Central and Eastern European Migration Review 4 (2): 61–85. http://www.ceemr.uw.edu.pl/sites/default/files/CEEMR_Vol_4_No_2_Maslowski_The_Expulsion_of_European_Union_Citizens.pdf. The last decade has witnessed the development of a growing phenomenon, the expulsion of European Union (EU) citizens from a host Member State. While the EU encourages its citizens to use their fundamental right of Read More

Immigration Enforcement in the United States: The Rise of a Formidable Machinery (Meissner et al. 2013) Meissner, Doris, Donald M. Kerwin, Muzaffar Chishti, and Claire Bergeron. 2013. Immigration Enforcement in the United States: The Rise of a Formidable Machinery. Migration Policy Institute. The U.S. government spends more on federal immigration enforcement than on all other principal federal criminal law enforcement agencies combined, and has allocated nearly $187 billion for immigration enforcement since 1986. In fiscal 2012, the federal government spent Read More