La Coalición para los Derechos Humanos del Inmigrante cuenta con fondos para apoyar a personas de escasos recursos
Homeless on the streets of Guatemala, Edilsa Lopez, her mother, and three siblings often slept in abandoned buildings and churches. Exposed to the harsh elements, the vagabond existence was still safer than living with their violent and abusive father. The 12-year-old and her family eventually made their way to the U.S., in search of a better life, but on the way Lopez became separated from her family, left in the desert, and eventually picked up by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children could have their personal information turned over to the agency tasked with removals.
La posible cancelación de la Acción Diferida (DACA) por parte del presidente Donald Trump sacaría a casi 700,000 personas de la fuerza laboral, lo que supondría un costo de 460,000 millones en el Producto Interior Bruto (PIB) en la próxima década, advierte un estudio divulgado hoy.
Incluso si Trump optase por no permitir la renovación de los permisos actuales de dos años una vez que éstos expiren, aunque sea por un corto periodo de tiempo, tendría “consecuencias devastadoras” para los jóvenes, declaró Todd Schulte, presidente de la organización empresarial FWD.us.
El estudio indica que la pérdida de empleos debido a la anulación de DACA comenzaría inmediatamente y se mantendría hasta que todos los “soñadores” sean despedidos, ya sea automáticamente o en un plazo máximo de dos años.
Bajo este segundo supuesto, durante la primera semana habría más de 6,000 despidos de jóvenes indocumentados, que irían en aumento hasta llegar a 11,000 semanales, o uno cada 13 segundos, en el tercer trimestre de 2018.
After months of delays, President Donald Trump is expected to decide soon on the fate of young immigrants who were brought into the country illegally as children as he faces a looming court deadline and is digging in on appeals to his base.
Maine Sen. Susan Collins said Wednesday that the deportation of a 23-year-old man alleged to have had protected status in the US contradicts President Donald Trump’s own stated policy on the issue.
The number of “Dreamers” deported after being brought illegally to the United States as children and losing their protected status because of criminal behavior appears to have soared in the first few months of the Trump administration.
Holding Onto the Dream with Stories of Overcoming Obstacles.
All of us know someone who has risked it all for a better life – personal heroes who’ve led the way. Now it’s our turn to make history, to tell our millions of stories.
Cesar V., 32, New York, Born in Puebla, Mexico Whenever possible, I take the Staten Island ferry across Hudson Bay, so I can admire the majestic Statute of Liberty – reliving that moment shared by so many immigrants. The Lady with Light symbolizes my mother’s American Dream of seeing her son become a lawyer, a …
Karla E, 24, Chino, CA, Born in Mexico Anthropologist and activist, I am on a mission: to teach until I can earn enough money for grad school where I will study forensic anthropology. But I’m not just focused on my own future, but on the future of all the Undocumented. Unlike my parents who keep …