This conference brings together researchers, practitioners, and lawyers to analyze different aspects of deportation. The first part of the conference presents findings from new research on the local impact of deportations on the economy and on crime, and on the effect of immigrant detention on families and children. In the second part, we learn from stories of deported people and hear from activists and practitioners who will discuss their experiences assisting immigrants with legal issues in their deportation proceedings.
This conference and roundtable is organized by the Migration Research Cluster with generous support from the UC Mexico Initiative.
Registration closes on February 26 at 12 pm.