President Trump’s order rescinding DACA supposedly was designed to give Congress six months to come up with legislation to take its place.
En las aulas y patios de recreo, hasta unos 20,000 Dreamers, como la mexicana Reyna Montoya, conforman una “legión” de maestros bilingües que educan y moldean a futuras generaciones en todo EEUU pero que, al igual que sus alumnos indocumentados, esperan un “pase” del Congreso para legalizarse.
It has been the political hot potato of the month: The Trump administration announced that it would phase out the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (known as DACA), which allowed individuals who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children to remain. Now the president is in negotiations with Democrats on a plan that would allow the program to remain.
Originally published by VOX Passport photos, a $495 check, and a stack of paperwork for the Department of Homeland Security: done. Zurisadai Zamudio had just spent an hour with an attorney preparing paperwork to renew her status under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as DACA, which gives unauthorized immigrants who came to …
Originally published by Salon The Trump administration’s rescission of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) has been met with widespread resistance by people across the political spectrum. Thousands have marched in the streets to save the “Dreamers” from deportation. Human rights and civil liberties organizations as well as legislators on both sides of the aisle …
Originally published by Mother Jones After his administration announced earlier this month that it was ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), removing protections for nearly 700,000 young immigrants living legally in the country, President Donald Trump sought to reassure these immigrants, often referred to as Dreamers, that he wouldwork with Congress to spare them from deportation. …
Ante la fecha límite del 5 de octubre para extender el beneficio para ciertos beneficiarios, se suma la disponibilidad de becas y otras formas de financiar los $495 dólares necesarios. Aquí te conectamos con muchos de esos recursos
Grandes emporios como Wal-Mart Stores, Target y PepsiCo se unieron hoy a otras casi 800 empresas para apoyar una ley que proteja de la deportación a los llamados “soñadores”, los jóvenes inmigrantes traídos por sus padres al país cuando eran niños, informó la organización empresarial FWD.us.
Un mexicano identificado como Felipe Dionisio Almazán-Ruiz falleció en Texas mientras se encontraba detenido por las autoridades de migración.
Then Donald Trump was elected president. For the first time in my life, I wanted to join a political protest, without fear of arrest and deportation. A week after he won the election, I put in my application for naturalization. A week after his inauguration, I had my biometric screening. A month after his second Muslim travel ban went into effect, I had my naturalization interview.
Some detainees were allegedly compensated for their labor with “chicken, potato chips, soda, and/or candy.”