CLASP researchers talked with parents and early care and education providers in six states with high immigrant populations about the impact of recent immigration policies on young children. Their findings, outlined in this report, show that America’s youngest children are fearful; face increased isolation; have reduced access to early education, healthcare, and nutrition; and are experiencing increased instability. The adults these children rely on are themselves fearful and stressed and often lack resources to help. The report’s companion, Immigration Policy’s Harmful Impacts on Early Care and Education, focuses on early care providers.