Mary Giovagnoli, Director of the Immigration Policy Center at the American Immigration Council,...
Deportations: A Resource Page
An estimated 2 million people have been deported since 2008. Even with an emphasis on enforcement measure, immigration reform legislation has remained stalled in Congress. Further delays on immigration reform and continued mass deportations also have economic and humanitarian implications for the United States. The IPC has compiled the following resources on the impact of deportations.
Fact Sheets and Reports:
- Removal Without Recourse: The Growth of Summary Deportations from the United States (May 2014)
- The Growth of the U.S. Deportation Machine (April 2014)
- Misplaced Priorities: Most Immigrants Deported by ICE in 2013 Were a Threat to No One (March 2014)
- The Cost of Doing Nothing: Dollars, Lives, and Opportunities Lost in the Wait for Immigration Reform (September 2013)
- Fiscally Irresponsible: Immigration Enforcement without Reform Wastes Taxpayer Dollars (October 2011)
- A Rising Tide or a Shrinking Pie: The Economic Impact of Legalization Versus Deportation in Arizona (March 2011)
- The Fallacy of "Enforcement First" (IPC Fact Check, May 2013)
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