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Folder * State-by-State Immigrant Demographics
Demographics of immigrant populations, English proficiency, length of time in the US and more, broken down by state.
Folder * State Immigrant Demographics
Powerpoints containing immigrant demographics for all 50 states, divided into census region.
Folder * Domestic Violence General U.S. Data
 
Folder * Demographics: Immigrant Women in the United States
 
Link * DACA Implementation Data (through November 6, 2012)
Information on DACA implementation from national organizations, compiled by AILA, AIC, and IAN. Data through November 6, 2012. To add your organization's information, go to the survey here: http://surveymonkey.com/s/DACAsurvey
Link * DACA Implementation Data (through November 6, 2012)
Information on DACA implementation from national organizations, compiled by AILA, AIC, and IAN. Data through November 6, 2012. To add your organization's information, go to the survey here: http://surveymonkey.com/s/DACAsurvey
Folder * Immigrant Victims' Stories
Story collections that illustrate the need for specific reforms in the immigration, domestic violence, public benefits, and other systems.
Folder * Immigrant Families and Children
 
Folder * U-Visa Crime Fighting Tool and Protection for Immigrant Crime Victims
Research reports on the importance of law enforcement response to immigrant crime victims.
File * White Paper: Improving the Court's Capacity to Serve Limited English Proficient Persons Seeking Protection Orders
National Center for State Courts (June 30, 2006)
Folder * Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence or Sexual Assault in the U.S.
 
Folder * Human Trafficking
Research on human trafficking policy and laws, and information to improve organizational response to human trafficking.
Link * National Survey of Service Providers on Police Response to Immigrant Crime Victims, U Visa Certification and Language Access (April 16, 2013)
 
File * Serving Limited English Proficient (LEP) Battered Women: A National Survey of the Court's Capacity to Provide Protection Orders
National Center for State Courts (June 30, 2006)
File * Timing of Immigrant Victim Access to Work Authorization (June 4, 2012)
National Survey on Timing of Access to Work Authorization by Immigrant Victim VAWA Self-Petitioners and U-Visa Applicants, By Leslye E. Orloff
File * National Survey on Types Of Criminal Activities Experienced By U-Visa Recipients (November 29, 2011)
By: Leslye E. Orloff and Paige E. Feldman; Results from a national survey of 220 legal services, pro bono law firms, advocates, law school clinical programs and others providing help to immigrant victims who have been granted U-visa immigration relief by DHS. The goal of this survey was to obtain provide a picture of the types of criminal activities suffered by immigrant crime victims receiving U-visas.
File * Survey Findings: Effects of Legal Services Cuts and Welfare Reform on Battered Women
A 1996 memorandum to Bonnie Campbell of the Department of Justice, from Leslye Orloff of "Ayuda". The memorandum focuses on the results of a survey regarding the importance of legal services and welfare for battered women and their children.
File * U-Visa Victims and Lawful Permanent Residency (September 6, 2012)
The National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project (NIWAP), American University, Washington College of Law conducted a cross-country survey of advocates and attorneys that work with and represent U-visa applicants in an effort to learn more about the extent to which U-visa applicants and their children plan to file for and qualify for lawful permanent residency should they be granted a U-visa. This was a quantitative survey designed to measure U-visa applicants’ intentions to stay in the United States, their eligibility for lawful permanent residency, and the proportion of U-visa holders that apply for and are ultimately granted lawful permanent resident status in the United States.
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