The Department of Homeland Security said about 133,000 young immigrants signed up again for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals protections by the deadline imposed by the Trump administration at the start of the month.
Los esfuerzos de Silvia Ocampo resultaron en cambios a las leyes para reducir las penas en este tipo de casos, pero no llegó a beneficiarse
Originally published by LA Times A single mother who was previously allowed to stay in the country as long as she checked in with immigration officials every year is going to be deported Thursday, according to the office of state Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher (D-San Diego). Silvia Ocampo Ortiz had a check-in meeting with immigration …
Su anhelo es recuperar su salud y estar legalmente en el país
The Justice Department filed an appeal to the judge’s ruling later on Wednesday.
Former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano explained Thursday that she is suing the Trump administration over its decision to rescind a program to protect young undocumented immigrants because “these young people are really caught between a rock and a hard place.”
El Fiscal General hizo devastadoras declaraciones ante el Senado
La medida se propuso para ayudarlos a integrarse a su integración en California
Los arrestos y deportaciones han dejado como saldo en los estudiantes rezago académico y han afectado su salud mental
Don’t be fooled by the much-trumpeted “deal” that President Donald Trump reportedly struck with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to address the status of the 690,000 immigrants who will soon begin to lose their deportation protections as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program winds down. That deal is all but dead, if it ever lived to begin with. It’s been replaced by a hardline White House wish list — and by Democrats’ calls for Congress to pass a “clean DREAM Act” that would legalize DACA recipients without increasing immigration enforcement in return.