Mass Deportations Would Impoverish US Families and Create Immense Social Costs

@article{Warren2017MassDW,
  title={Mass Deportations Would Impoverish US Families and Create Immense Social Costs},
  author={Robert. Warren and Donald M. Kerwin},
  journal={Journal on Migration and Human Security},
  year={2017},
  volume={5},
  pages={1 - 8}
}
Executive Summary1 This paper provides a statistical portrait of the US undocumented population, with an emphasis on the social and economic condition of mixed-status households - that is, households that contain a US citizen and an undocumented resident. It is based primarily on data compiled by the Center for Migration Studies (CMS). Major findings include the following: • There were 3.3 million mixed-status households in the United States in 2014. • 6.6 million US-born citizens share 3… 

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