Undocumented

Undocumented Author Aviva Chomsky
ISBN-10 9780807001684
Release 2014-05-13
Pages 256
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Explores what it means to be undocumented in a legal, social, economic and historical context In this illuminating work, immigrant rights activist Aviva Chomsky shows how “illegality” and “undocumentedness” are concepts that were created to exclude and exploit. With a focus on US policy, she probes how people, especially Mexican and Central Americans, have been assigned this status—and to what ends. Blending history with human drama, Chomsky explores what it means to be undocumented in a legal, social, economic, and historical context. The result is a powerful testament of the complex, contradictory, and ever-shifting nature of status in America. From the Trade Paperback edition.



Shadowed Lives Undocumented Immigrants in American Society

Shadowed Lives  Undocumented Immigrants in American Society Author Leo R. Chavez
ISBN-10 9781285402505
Release 2012-03-12
Pages 240
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One of the few case studies of undocumented immigrants available, this insightful anthropological analysis humanizes a group of people too often reduced to statistics and stereotypes. The hardships of Hispanic migration are conveyed in the immigrants' own voices while the author's voice raises questions about power, stereotypes, settlement, and incorporation into American society. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Diary of an Undocumented Immigrant

Diary of an Undocumented Immigrant Author Tianguis Pérez
ISBN-10 161192121X
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Diary of an Undocumented Immigrant has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Diary of an Undocumented Immigrant also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Diary of an Undocumented Immigrant book for free.



Undocumented in L A

Undocumented in L A Author Dianne Walta Hart
ISBN-10 0842026495
Release 1997-01-01
Pages 136
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Yamileth's daily experiences mirror the hopes and frustrations of women and men who confront new cultural, economic, and political environments. Author Dianne Walta Hart's long and close relationship with Yamileth allows her to observe the newcomer's struggles and personal development through a poignant narrative.



Undocumented Immigrants in Texas

Undocumented Immigrants in Texas Author Carole Keeton Strayhorn
ISBN-10 1422317099
Release 2007-08
Pages 21
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Much has been written about the costs & economic benefits associated with the rising number of undocumented immigrants (UI) in Texas & the U.S. as a whole. Most reports tie the costs of the UI population to education, medical expenses, incarceration & the effects of low-paid workers on the salaries of legal residents. Revenue gains to governments resulting from UI consist of taxes that cannot be avoided, such as sales taxes, various fees & user taxes on items such as gasoline & motor vehicle inspections. This report focuses on the costs to the state of Texas; that is, services paid for with state revenue, including education, healthcare & incarceration. Analyzes the $17.7 billion impact on the state¿s economy as well as state revenues generated by UI. Charts.



Imaginary Lines

Imaginary Lines Author Patrick Ettinger
ISBN-10 9780292782082
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 256
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Although popularly conceived as a relatively recent phenomenon, patterns of immigrant smuggling and undocumented entry across American land borders first emerged in the late nineteenth century. Ingenious smugglers and immigrants, long and remote boundary lines, and strong push-and-pull factors created porous borders then, much as they do now. Historian Patrick Ettinger offers the first comprehensive historical study of evolving border enforcement efforts on American land borders at the turn of the twentieth century. He traces the origins of widespread immigrant smuggling and illicit entry on the northern and southern United States borders at a time when English, Irish, Chinese, Italian, Russian, Lebanese, Japanese, Greek, and, later, Mexican migrants created various "backdoors" into the United States. No other work looks so closely at the sweeping, if often ineffectual, innovations in federal border enforcement practices designed to stem these flows. From upstate Maine to Puget Sound, from San Diego to the Lower Rio Grande Valley in Texas, federal officials struggled to adapt national immigration policies to challenging local conditions, all the while battling wits with resourceful smugglers and determined immigrants. In effect, the period saw the simultaneous "drawing" and "erasing" of the official border, and its gradual articulation and elaboration in the midst of consistently successful efforts to undermine it.



Undocumented Immigrants in the United States An Encyclopedia of Their Experience 2 volumes

Undocumented Immigrants in the United States  An Encyclopedia of Their Experience  2 volumes Author Anna Ochoa O'Leary
ISBN-10 9780313384257
Release 2014-02-25
Pages 884
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This two-volume reference work addresses the dynamic lives of undocumented immigrants in the United States and establishes these individuals' experiences as a key part of our nation's demographic and sociological evolution. • Offers a comprehensive, contemporary portrait of undocumented immigrants living in the United States • Provides timely insights about struggles for inclusion and the many diverse and valuable contributions to the fabric of American society • Presents evidence-based information that can help promote rational assessment of the issues arising from irregular immigration in the United States • Illuminates issues of undocumented immigrant assimilation and adaptation, especially as they affect subsequent generations in their quest for the American Dream • Shows immigration and border enforcement issues that challenge the lives of those present in the United States without authorization • Offers a way to compare regions and different contexts within a geographically vast and culturally diverse United States • Supplies a reference set ideal for upper high school and undergraduate students as well as the general public



Undocumented

Undocumented Author Dan-el Padilla Peralta
ISBN-10 9780698195684
Release 2015-07-28
Pages 320
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An undocumented immigrant’s journey from a New York City homeless shelter to the top of his Princeton class Dan-el Padilla Peralta has lived the American dream. As a boy, he came here legally with his family. Together they left Santo Domingo behind, but life in New York City was harder than they imagined. Their visas lapsed, and Dan-el’s father returned home. But Dan-el’s courageous mother was determined to make a better life for her bright sons. Without papers, she faced tremendous obstacles. While Dan-el was only in grade school, the family joined the ranks of the city’s homeless. Dan-el, his mother, and brother lived in a downtown shelter where Dan-el’s only refuge was the meager library. There he met Jeff, a young volunteer from a wealthy family. Jeff was immediately struck by Dan-el’s passion for books and learning. With Jeff’s help, Dan-el was accepted on scholarship to Collegiate, the oldest private school in the country. There, Dan-el thrived. Throughout his youth, Dan-el navigated these two worlds: the rough streets of East Harlem, where he lived with his brother and his mother and tried to make friends, and the ultra-elite halls of a Manhattan private school, where he could immerse himself in a world of books and where he soon rose to the top of his class. From Collegiate, Dan-el went to Princeton, where he thrived, and where he made the momentous decision to come out as an undocumented student in a Wall Street Journal profile a few months before he gave the salutatorian’s traditional address in Latin at his commencement. Undocumented is a classic story of the triumph of the human spirit. It also is the perfect cri de coeur for the debate on comprehensive immigration reform. Praise for Undocumented “Dan-el Padilla Peralta’s story is as compulsively readable as a novel, an all-American tall tale that just happens to be true. From homeless shelter to Princeton, Oxford, and Stanford, through the grace not only of his own hard work but his mother’s discipline and care, he documents the America we should still aspire to be.” —Dr. Anne-Marie Slaughter, President of the New America Foundation



Illegal

Illegal Author Jose Angel N.
ISBN-10 9780252096181
Release 2014-02-15
Pages 128
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A day after N. first crossed the U.S. border from Mexico, he was caught and then released onto the streets of Tijuana. Undeterred, N. crawled back through a tunnel to San Diego, where he entered the United States forever. Illegal: Reflections of an Undocumented Immigrant is his timely and compelling memoir of building a new life in America. Authorial anonymity is required to protect this life. Arriving in the 1990s with a 9th grade education, N. traveled to Chicago where he found access to ESL classes and GED classes. He eventually attended college and graduate school and became a professional translator. Despite having a well-paying job, N. was isolated by a lack of official legal documentation. Travel concerns made big promotions out of reach. Vacation time was spent hiding at home, pretending that he was on a long-planned trip. The simple act of purchasing his girlfriend a beer at a Cubs baseball game caused embarrassment and shame when N. couldn't produce a valid ID. A frustrating contradiction, N. lived in a luxury high-rise condo but couldn't fully live the American dream. He did, however, find solace in the one gift America gave him–-his education. Ultimately, N.’s is the story of the triumph of education over adversity. In Illegal he debunks the stereotype that undocumented immigrants are freeloaders without access to education or opportunity for advancement. With bravery and honesty, N. details the constraints, deceptions, and humiliations that characterize alien life "amid the shadows."



We are Americans

We are Americans Author William Perez
ISBN-10 9781579223762
Release 2009
Pages 161
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About 2.4 million children and young adults under 24 years of age are undocumented. Brought by their parents to the US as minorsmany before they had reached their teensthey account for about one-sixth of the total undocumented population. Illegal through no fault of their own, some 65,000 undocumented students graduate from the nation's high schools each year. They cannot get a legal job, and face enormous barriers trying to enter college to better themselvesand yet America is the only country they know and, for many, English is the only language they speak.



Undocumented

Undocumented Author Harold Fernandez
ISBN-10 9781618622846
Release 2012-05-08
Pages 295
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Once a safe and humble community, Barrio Antioquia--a town in Medellín, Colombia--was now plagued by unemployment and overrun by gangs, drug mules, and hired assassins. Realizing Medellín held no future for their family, Harold Fernandez's parents travelled illegally to New York to work in sweatshops, leaving their sons behind temporarily. Years later, Harold and his brother risked their lives for the opportunity to join their parents in America. Harold's epic journey brought him from the turbulent violence and drug wars of Medellín to the charm and beauty of the mythic classrooms, libraries, and laboratories of Princeton University and Harvard Medical School. On his way to fulfilling his childhood dream of helping others, Harold endured the struggles of living in the margins as an undocumented immigrant. This is a story of inexhaustible love, unfailing determination, and human compassion. It shows that in America all dreams are possible.--Publisher's description.



Undocumented Migration to the United States

Undocumented Migration to the United States Author Frank D. Bean
ISBN-10 0877664900
Release 1990-01-01
Pages 271
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United States Immigration Policy and the Undocumented

United States Immigration Policy and the Undocumented Author Helene Hayes
ISBN-10 0275954110
Release 2001
Pages 152
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Hayes analyzes the situation of undocumented immigrants in the U.S., the implementation of the Legalization and Employer Sanctions provisions of the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) and the ambivalence in immigration policy. She traces the unique U.S. history of undocumented immigration, Congressional intent, and presents original research findings on IRCA's impact on Haitian, Irish, and Salvadoran undocumented immigrants.



Undocumented Workers Transitions

Undocumented Workers  Transitions Author Sonia McKay
ISBN-10 9781136681943
Release 2012-10-02
Pages 202
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This book explores how immigration laws, while aimed at discouraging undocumented migration, actually sustain it. It documents the circumstances that have caused previously documented migrants to become undocumented and explores the impact of their changing status on their families and on their own employment opportunities. The authors argue that undocumented migrants are forced into the most precarious types of work, and changes in the way that employment is organised, with a shift into temporary, agency and sub-contracted work, makes undocumented migrants particularly attractive in some employment markets. This groundbreaking volume draws substantially on data collected from a two-year research study in seven European countries that was focused on understanding the impact of migration flows on EU labour markets.



The Economic Impact of Undocumented Immigrants on Public Health Services in Orange County

The Economic Impact of Undocumented Immigrants on Public Health Services in Orange County Author Orange County (Calif.). Task Force on Medical Care for Illegal Aliens
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105009726717
Release 1978
Pages 150
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Undocumented Citizen

Undocumented Citizen Author Sislyn Peters
ISBN-10 9781425979911
Release 2007-09
Pages 400
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In Tails, the animals woof and meow intelligently. That’s called anthropomorphism and has an ancient lineage in books - The Uncle Remus stories, for instance, as well as any number of comic strip ‘characters’ you greet every Sunday in the ‘funnies.’ Anybody with a dog knows their personal life is constantly scrutinized with accuracy. Just put on those particular shoes and see what happens to Fido’s tail! Drop the word ‘come’ into conversation by accident and see what those ears do! And how you obey when the leash is dropped at your feet! Dogs always had a lot to say. They just needed interpreters who speak people talk. Charles Shultz’s Snoopy has known that for years.



Documenting the Undocumented

Documenting the Undocumented Author Veronica P. Fynn
ISBN-10 9781599428567
Release 2010
Pages 190
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Proceedings of the annual conference held Apr. 16-17, 2009 at York University.