Harvard Law students address immigrants’ legal challenges
Harvard Magazine
June 28, 2018

“Crimmigration reflects, on one hand, an increase in the number of crimes that can result in deportation, and on the other, a push among immigration opponents to create ever more crimes for which to prosecute immigrants. For example, entering the country without inspection is already a crime, but the recent Republican immigration bill, the Securing America’s Future Act, would have made it a federal crime to be in the United States without a valid immigration status, thereby criminalizing the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country.”

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