Racism in Immigration Law: Chapter 4 - Discriminatory Treatment of Undocumented Immigrants of Color

Discriminatory Treatment of Undocumented Immigrants of Color

This report provides an overview of how the undocumented population is subject to immigration laws and other limitations as a consequence of their status that limit their ability to work and receive commonplace benefits that would dramatically improve their lives, and face the threat of being forced to leave the United States and lives they have established here. This chapter proposes solutions to lessen this population’s vulnerability by taking steps to secure their ability to live, work, and thrive in the United States.

Working Groups Immigration
Contacts
Nareeneh Sohbatian
Immigration Pro Bono Supervisory Attorney at Winston
Harvey Reiter
Partner at Stinson LLP

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