The Impoverishing Effects of Federal Immigration Policy in California: Psychological, Social, and Economic
February 8, 2018
The Trump administration has proposed several changes that will affect federal immigration policies and their enforcement such as the repeal of DACA, a decrease in the number of H1B visas and more aggressive deportations of undocumented.
In this conference we present research analyzing how those changes can affect individual, society and the economy in California, focusing on undocumented, on workers and on children and families. A Panel will then discuss specific consequences and the action that local agents are taking in response to those federal policies.
Latino Children’s Access to Education
Jacob Hibel, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, UC Davis
When Local Enforcement Helps ICE: The Economic
Sarah Bohn, Research Fellow, Public Policy Institute of California
DACA and Psychological Wellbeing
Caitlin Patler, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, UC Davis
Deportation During the Great Depression
Giovanni Peri, Professor and Chair, Department of Economics, UC Davis
Panel session: California and the Recent Immigration
Moderator: Giovanni Peri
Kevin Johnson, Dean, UC Davis School of Law
Irena Asmundson, Chief Economist, California Department of Finance Liliana Ferrer, Consul General of Mexico in Sacramento
This conference is sponsored by the Migration Research Cluster, UC Center Sacramento, Center for Poverty Research, and Institute of Social Sciences.