Familia de joven DACA deportado y asesinado pide cambios en leyes migratorias
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Familia de joven DACA deportado y asesinado pide cambios en leyes migratorias

Originally published by Univision La familia de José Manuel García Ochoa pide justicia tras la muerte de su hijo el pasado 9 de febrero en Santa Ana, Sonora, dos meses después de haber sido deportado. García, de 21 años, un joven amparado con DACA que fue deportado en noviembre, fue secuestrado y asesinado hace unas semanas en … Continue reading

This immigration advocate believes Trump wants to make everybody happy on DACA
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This immigration advocate believes Trump wants to make everybody happy on DACA

Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum, believes the president who rescinded the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy wants to do right by the children brought to this country by their undocumented immigrant parents — a belief that will be put to the test as Congress grapples with a continuing budget resolution that expires on Dec. 8. Democrats have said a solution to DACA must be part of any funding bill. Continue reading

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A Trump Official Behind the End of DACA Explains Himself

Originally published by The New Yorker Ahandful of officials in the White House, the Justice Department, and the Department of Homeland Security have spent the past year attempting to realize President Trump’s vision of an America that is less welcoming of foreigners. John Kelly, the White House chief of staff; Jeff Sessions, the Attorney General; … Continue reading

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Advocates Want Answers After 40 DACA Renewal Applications Were Incorrectly Rejected

When President Donald Trump announced the phasing out of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program that protects young undocumented immigrants from deportation, current recipients whose DACA expired before March 5 were allowed to re-apply. All across the country, people rushed to send in their applications before the unreasonable October 5 deadline. But in New York, the applications of at least 40 young immigrants may have been sent out in vain. Continue reading