Senior Fellow Carly Goodmann was recently featured in an article titled “The hardest change to immigration policy post-Trump? Ending the mind-set that immigrants are criminals.” This article, published in The Inquirer, is about the lasting damage that was done by the Trump Administration on the public’s opinion of immigrants. It also discusses the shifting role USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services). Even though Trump-era policies can be rolled back, the effects of his xenophobic rhetoric endure. Carly Goodman, an immigration historian, described the militarization of Immigration Services. She describes U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services as a third enforcement agency.
Learn more about the current migration policies in the United States here.