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California's High Stake in Immigration Reform: Infographic

California's High Stake in Immigration Reform: Infographic

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California's High Stake in Immigration Reform: Infographic from the Center for Immigrant Integration at USC.

The Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration (CSII) has as its mission to remake the narrative for understanding, and the dialogue for shaping, immigrant integration in America. Our intent is to identify and evaluate the mutual benefits of immigrant integration for the native-born and immigrants and to study the pace of the ongoing transformation in different locations, not only in the past and present but projected into the future. CSII thus brings together three emphases: scholarship that draws on academic theory and rigorous research, data that provides information structured to highlight the process of immigrant integration over time, and engagement that seeks to create new dialogues with government, community organizers, business and civic leaders, immigrants and the voting public.
California's High Stake in Immigration Reform: Infographic from the Center for Immigrant Integration at USC.

The Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration (CSII) has as its mission to remake the narrative for understanding, and the dialogue for shaping, immigrant integration in America. Our intent is to identify and evaluate the mutual benefits of immigrant integration for the native-born and immigrants and to study the pace of the ongoing transformation in different locations, not only in the past and present but projected into the future. CSII thus brings together three emphases: scholarship that draws on academic theory and rigorous research, data that provides information structured to highlight the process of immigrant integration over time, and engagement that seeks to create new dialogues with government, community organizers, business and civic leaders, immigrants and the voting public.

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CALIFORNIA’S HIGH STAKE

IN IMMIGRATION REFORM
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While undocumented immigrants struggle, citizen immigrants
typically outperform the US born:
CA needs a statewide body focused on immigrant integration
to maximize the economic and social benefits of immigrants.
With 23% of the nation’s undocumented, CA will need
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benefits to new immigrants, as is predicted.
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Why is
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Who are the Undocumented?
Do You Know What’s Unique About the
Undocumented in Your Community?
What Does Reform Need to Include
for California to Benefit?
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