Improving the US Immigration and Refugee Protection System Through Administrative Action
These papers have been prepared as part of a process, organized jointly by the Center for Migration Studies of New York (CMS) and the
Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility at The New School, to identify ways to strengthen the US immigration and refugee protection
systems through administrative action.
Additional papers in this collection will be forthcoming, as well as a distinct set of policy recommendations from the directors of CMS and the Zolberg Institute.
Rebuilding the US Refugee Resettlement Program
Border Enforcement Developments Since 1993 and How to Change CBP
Daniel E. Martínez, Josiah Heyman, and Jeremy Slack
Strengthening the U.S. Immigration System through Legal Orientation, Screening and Representation: Recommendations for a New Administration