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MPI is a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank dedicated to the study of the movement of people worldwide.

The Next Generation of E-Verify: Getting Employer Verification Right (Webinar)

Posted in US Immigration Policy by Migration Policy Institute on December 29th, 2009

A Webinar with report co-author Marc R. Rosenblum, Senior Policy Analyst, MPI. July 30, 2009 Download Report | View PowerPoint

What Happens When Someone Alleges Discrimination Based on Limited English Proficiency?

Posted in Immigrant Integration, Language Access by Migration Policy Institute on December 11th, 2009

In 1999, several Los Angeles-area nonprofit organizations helped three Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals file a complaint against the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services. The complaint was filed with the Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights and alleged that LEP clients were not provided meaningful access to several public assistance programs. In 2003, the two agencies reached a resolution agreement. This webinar reviews the complaint-and-resolution process through the eyes of individual stakeholders including the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, the Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services, and Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County. The webinar focuses on filing a complaint with the Office of Civil Rights, agency response to the complaint, and the process of negotiating an agreement.

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The Economics and Policy of Illegal Immigration in the United States

Posted in US Immigration Policy, Labor Migration by Migration Policy Institute on December 2nd, 2009

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2632/4174545394_e2d28d60e3_m.jpg Illegal immigration's overall impact on the US economy is negligible, despite clear benefits for employers and unauthorized immigrants and slightly depressed wages for low-skilled native workers, according to this report by University of California, San Diego Professor of Economics Gordon Hanson for MPI's Labor Markets Initiative. The largest economic gains from illegal immigration flow to unauthorized workers, who see very substantial income hikes after migrating, Hanson says, suggesting that policy changes could increase the positive contribution that low-skilled workers make to the US economy by converting illegal flows to legal ones. Download Report | Press Release | Watch Event Video | Event PPT | Watch Video


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