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After years of making up a small percentage of Central American migrants in the US, the number of Nicaraguans in the US immigration system has grown…
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I originally published this post in 2020 in the middle of the pandemic to highlight books that had come out very recently at the time. I was working…
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Geographers don’t necessarily make maps, but we don’t not make maps, either. A few years ago, I made a map of the US immigration court locations for my…
I am back in the office this week for my first relatively traditional work week since November when I started a several-week research trip along the…
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While Arizona's container wall is currently being taken down, this private border fence in Texas may be close to *falling* down.
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Most Venezuelans crossing the US-Mexico border unlawfully will be sent back to Mexico under a new policy agreement between the Biden administration and…
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After months of decline, ICE's use of ankle monitors grew from less than 15,000 to nearly 60,000 in the past four months.
Although many Americans believe that racism is a thing of the past, immigration scholars continue to see evidence that racial identity shapes how people…
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When Elon Musk, the world’s richest man and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, made the announcement earlier this year that he was going to buy Twitter, I was…
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Please join me on January 25 for an in-depth panel discussion about the expansion of electronic monitoring of immigrants in the United States hosted by…
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On the ground in San Diego for the first time in 20 years to understand the lifecycle of federal immigration data.
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