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Haiti – U.S. Migration Through A Labor Lens: The H-2 Visa Program, The Temporary Protected Status (Tps), And Its Policy Implications, Tatiana Devia Dec 2019

Haiti – U.S. Migration Through A Labor Lens: The H-2 Visa Program, The Temporary Protected Status (Tps), And Its Policy Implications, Tatiana Devia

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


U.S. Immigration Policy: A Barrier To Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Innovation, And Startup Growth?, Courtney Kaiser Dec 2019

U.S. Immigration Policy: A Barrier To Immigrant Entrepreneurs, Innovation, And Startup Growth?, Courtney Kaiser

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Domestic Evolution: Amending The United States Refugee Definition Of The Ina To Include Environmentally Displaced Refugees, Barbara Mcisaac Aug 2019

Domestic Evolution: Amending The United States Refugee Definition Of The Ina To Include Environmentally Displaced Refugees, Barbara Mcisaac

University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review

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Is The United States Safely Repatriating Unaccompanied Children? Law, Policy, And Return To Guatemala, Karen S. Baker May 2019

Is The United States Safely Repatriating Unaccompanied Children? Law, Policy, And Return To Guatemala, Karen S. Baker

University of Miami Law Review

The United States regularly removes unaccompanied immigrant children and returns them to their countries of origin, with numbers rising rapidly in recent years. The United States has moral and legal obligations to this group of children. Rooted in deep moral underpinnings, the William Wilberforce Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008 requires the government to establish policies and procedures to effectuate the safe repatriation of unaccompanied children. However, now more than a decade later, the U.S. government has failed to delineate its practices promoting safe return and, in addition to a general lack of transparency, the scant information available ...