The Dallas Morning News: Think Dallas is immigrant-friendly? It has room to grow, according to a new analysis

Immigrants in Dallas are steadily employed and play a strong role in the city’s entrepreneurship landscape, but their quality of life, trust in law enforcement and civic participation levels lag those of the U.S.-born population, according to a new analysis.

The Cities Index analyzed the inclusiveness of city policies and socio-economic outcomes for immigrants. The findings were presented Monday by the city of Dallas and New American Economy, a think tank that aims to influence public opinion on comprehensive immigration reform.

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New American Economy is a bipartisan research and advocacy organization fighting for smart federal, state, and local immigration policies that help grow our economy and create jobs for all Americans. More…