From undocumented to lawfully present: Do changes to legal status impact psychological wellbeing among latino immigrant young adults?
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- Ortega, Francesc & Hsin, Amy, 2018. "Occupational Barriers and the Labor Market Penalty from Lack of Legal Status," IZA Discussion Papers 11680, Institute of Labor Economics (IZA).
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KeywordsUndocumented immigrants; Immigrants; Latinas/os; Young adults; Psychological wellbeing; Structural inequality; Immigrant legal status; DACA;
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