PUBLIC BENEFITS: IMMIGRANTS' ACCESS TO SERVICES


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Recent Immigrants' Access to Services Publications

A Child Alone and Without Papers (11/13/2008)

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A Child Alone and Without Papers, released today by the Center for Public Policy Priorities (CPPP), reveals what happens to more than 43,000 undocumented, unaccompanied children removed annually from the United States and repatriated to their home countries. Policy analysis and interviews with adults and children in the system revealed the U.S. often compromises children’s rights, safety, and well-being, contrary to international law and U.S. child welfare standards.

For more information, including a two-page summary, backgrounders and appendices, visit www.cppp.org/repatriation.

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