Nina Siulc has spent the past two decades designing and conducting research on the human impacts of immigration and criminal justice policy, including in two previous tours at Vera at the Appearance Assistance Program and as the founding director of research for CIJ. Nina’s forthcoming book, Unwelcome Citizens, details how longtime residents of the United States and their families respond to deportation. Her second manuscript (in development), Children of the Crimmigration Era, explores the issues confronting migrant children coming of age in the United States today. Nina was previously a Fulbright Scholar to the Dominican Republic.