NIWAP staff and students have developed two factsheets which bring the experiences of immigrant women and immigrant crime victims into the National discussion and debate on immigration. Several amendments strove to impede implementation of an expanded DACA program and initiation of the DAPA program, but both programs bring significant benefits for immigrant victims. The second factsheet summarizes why how the DeSantis amendment would only serve to eliminate DHS authority to grant humanitarian waivers for victims of domestic violence.
Impact of DeSantis Amendment on Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence
By: Rachel Feuer, Alexandra Iannolo, Benish Anver & Leslye Orloff
February 3, 2015
The DeSantis Amendment will undermine long established protections for immigrant domestic violence victims created in the Violence Against Women Acts of 2000 and 2005 by eliminating the Domestic Violence Victim Waiver and other U visa waiver protections for immigrant victims of domestic violence who wrongfully end up with domestic violence convictions.
Why Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of U.S. Citizen and Lawful Permanent Resident Children (DAPA) is Critical in Promoting Immigrant Crime Victim Cooperation with the Criminal Justice System
By: Wojciech Koval, Nicholas Thies, Benish Anver & Leslye Orloff
February 9, 2015
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