Funder: Hewlett Foundation
Through this project, ISIM monitored implementation and the impact of US immigration and refugee policy. It also compared projects on immigration and integration policies in other parts of the world. The grant covered all of ISIM’s core activities: policy studies, conferences and symposia, publications, teaching and student mentoring, and cooperation with other research institutes and academics. Under the grant, ISIM conducted research and analysis on legal admissions to the US, unauthorized migration, refugee and asylum policy and practice, structural reform of the US immigration system, and the integration of immigrants.