IPC Staff Attorney Ben Winograd was quoted in today's WNYC article about the hesitation that some immigrants may feel when applying for deferred action - especially if they have a previous immigration violation or have used fake social security numbers in the past:
An article in the Huffington Post yesterday cited IPC statistics in an article about immigrant integration. Check out the interesting graphic by the National Immigrant Integration Conference at the bottom of the article:
Wendy Sefsaf of the IPC was quoted in an LA Times article about L.A. County Sheriff Baca and California's Trust Act:
"This is one more fight between the federal government and local government because we continue to not solve the greater problem," said Wendy Sefsaf, communications director for the Immigration Policy Center.
CBS San Francisco used IPC's statistics about potential candidates for deferred action in an article last Wednesday. The article warns Bay Area immigrants to watch out for scams, as more and more people try to take advantage of those applying for deferred deportation.
Twin Cities Pioneer Press article, "Minnesota's Latino students weigh chance to study, work without deportation fears," cites IPC's study (Who and Where the DREAMers Are), which states that more than 9,000 immigrants living in Minnesota could benefit from President Obama's deferred action: