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  • Article: Enforcement Overdrive: A Comprehensive Assessment of ICE’s Criminal Alien Program. By Guillermo Cantor, Ph.D., Mark Noferi, Esq., and Daniel E. Martínez, Ph.D.

    Enforcement Overdrive: A Comprehensive Assessment of ICE’s Criminal Alien Program


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    This post originally appeared on American Immigration Council . Reprinted with permission.

    About The Author

    Guillermo Cantor is the Deputy Director of Research at the American Immigration Council, where he leads the Policy program's research efforts. He also currently teaches courses on immigration and introductory sociology at Georgetown University. He has authored several publications on immigrant incorporation in the United States and Argentina. Prior to joining the American Immigration Council, Mr. Cantor served as an investigator on issues related to immigration at Argentina’s National Council for Scientific and Technical Research and as a professor at the National University of Rosario and the National University of Entre Ríos. Throughout his career, Mr. Cantor received multiple distinctions including a Fulbright Fellowship, the Urban Institute's Emerging Scholar Award, and the International Development Research Center's Research Award. Mr. Cantor holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Maryland, College Park.

    Mark Noferi, Esq. was formerly the Enforcement Fellow at the American Immigration Council. His research has focused on immigration enforcement, detention, and due process, criminal-immigration connections, and executive action. Mark has published several articles, advised an economic cost-benefit study of a national immigration appointed counsel system, and testified to the New York City Council on local immigration representation funding and municipal IDs. Mark was previously a fellow at the Center for Migration Studies of New York, and taught civil rights and immigration at Brooklyn Law School and the Seton Hall School of Law Center for Social Justice. Mark clerked for the Hon. Harold Baer, Jr. in the Southern District of New York. Mark earned his J.D. from Stanford Law School and B.A. from Boston College.

    Daniel E. Martínez, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology and inaugural director of the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute at The George Washington University. He is a co-principal investigator of the Migrant Border Crossing Study, a Ford Foundation-funded research project that involves interviewing recently deported unauthorized migrants about their experiences crossing the U.S-Mexico border and residing in the United States. Martínez also does extensive research on undocumented border-crosser deaths along the U.S.-Mexico border. He received his Ph.D. from the School of Sociology at the University of Arizona.

    The opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the opinion of ILW.COM.

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