Casa de Maryland


REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS

1. ANNUAL REPORT

2. IMMIGRATION REFORM

10 Harmful Misconceptions about Immigration In “10 Harmful Misconceptions About Immigration” we try to set the record straight about a number of immigration issues badly mangled through current discourse that often seems shaped to appeal to one particular voting block or another.

Prioridades para la reforma inmigratoria Abril 2009, Resumen Ejecutivo.

Immigration Reform Report, April 2009

3. NEW AMERICANS

The New Americans Initiative - Report. Overshadowed in recent policy debates about the role of immigrants in the United States is the large number of legally documented immigrants who have received legal permanent resident status and are now, or will soon be, eligible for citizenship. CASA de Maryland and Tenants and Workers United of Northern Virginia present this new study describing the demographics and needs of 270,000 citizenship-eligible immigrants living in DC, Maryland, and Virginia.

4. RAID RESPONSE

Frederick County Immigration Enforcement: Fighting Crime or just fighting immigrants?CASA de Maryland's study reveals that the Frederick County’s planned immigration enforcement program will result in negative consequences and cause unprecedented harm for residents of Frederick County and for Maryland.

To access the Know your Rights booklet and other Raid Respionse Materials click here

Immigration Raid imn Annapolis documents

5. WORKFORCE

Wage Theft: How Maryland Fails to Protect the Rights of Low-Wage Workers, January 2007

6. HEALTH

Left Out: Assessing HIV Counseling, Testing and Referral Services for the Latino Community in Montgomery and Prince George's Counties, Maryland, November 2005 (funded by the Washington AIDS Partnership)

7. HOUSING

Security Deposits

Depositos de Garantia

Occupancy Standards

Estandares de Ocupacion

 

8. IMMIGRANTS IN MARYLAND

Puertas Cerradas - "Left Out" Executive Summary in Spanish

Maryland Equality Works Report: February 2005 (in partnership with the Maryland Latino Coalition for Justice)

Baltimore Day Laborer Report: December 2004 (in partnership with the Homeless Person's Representation Project, funded by the Abell Foundation)

9. COMMUNITY EDUCATION MATERIALS

Click here to learn more about CASA’s Popular Education Curricula
 

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