Session 64:
International Migration and U.S. Immigration Policy

Thursday, April 11
2:45 PM - 4:15 PM
Bayside C
4th Floor

Chair: William A. Kandel, Congressional Research Service
Discussant: Audrey Singer, Brookings Institution

  1. When Do People Actually Migrate to the United States?Sherrie Kossoudji, University of Michigan

  2. Multiplying Diversity: Family Unification Migration and the Regional Origins of Late-Age Immigrants, 1981-2009Stacie Carr, Princeton University; Marta Tienda, Princeton University

  3. State Immigration Policy: Beyond Population GrowthRobert Nathenson, Johns Hopkins University

  4. Removal Roulette: Does Place Matter for Predicting Deportation Rates under Secure Communities?Juan M. Pedroza, Stanford University

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