Wednesday, April 1, 2015

More Maps on States and Immigration Law

In case you missed KitJ's post on "immigration geography" or even KJ's post of maps depicting which states allow undocumented immigrants to get driver's licenses or may obtain in-state tuition, here are two more maps that offer an interesting look at different state policies affecting immigrants. These maps are courtesy of the New York Times.

Where Laws Have Been Passed Allowing Police to Question People About Their Immigration Status




Which States Are Challenging Programs to Give Work Permits and Protections from Deportation


It would be interesting to see maps of cities within these states that have passed sanctuary laws, adopted noncooperation policies with the federal government or filed amicus briefs in support of President Obama's DACA and DAPA programs.


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