Time Is on Their Side? Survival and Cause-deleted Approaches to Studying U.S. Immigration Court Decisions
267 19th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55455
UMN Sociology PhD Candidate Chris Levesque will present, "Time is On Their Side? Survival and Cause-deleted Approaches to Studying U.S. Immigration Court Decisions."
Chris is a Sociology PhD candidate at the University of Minnesota with a focus on migration, demography, and immigration law. He is also a recent graduate of the MPC’s Training Program in Population Studies.
His current projects cover a range of topics, including: spatial variation of U.S. immigration court outcomes, crimmigration law in new immigration destinations, health care access barriers for immigrants and refugees in the U.S., and changes in U.S. migration policy since the 2016 election.
Sociology Workshop Series
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