Deporting immigrants to countries where they never lived is causing mental and physical health disparities for individuals and families.
USC computer science student Katy Felkner is developing natural language processing tools to tackle the translator shortage at the border.
USC Gould Professor Emily Ryo’s project will also create a unique dataset of immigration courts and judges.
?????????? PRIDE MONTH: USC Dornsife’s Natalia Molina reveals the story of her grandmother’s Echo Park restaurant — a beloved L.A. landmark that once provided much-needed acceptance for a diverse group of Angelenos.
USC Gould Professor Emily Ryo shines light on how race, gender and religion affect the naturalization process.
Life expectancy for immigrants increased while that of the U.S.-born population declined between 2010 and 2017. The mix of immigrants and an increase in American-born overdose deaths each played a role.
Research by USC Gould’s Emily Ryo is aimed at guiding immigration law and policy.
USC Immigration Clinic represents mother separated from seven-month-old baby as part of poultry plant arrests.
Many of the deaths were due to delayed care or an inadequate response to abnormal vital signs, USC researchers found.