I apologize for being absent for a long time. I have been selfish because when I needed advice or knowledge about DACA and the process, this forum and it's members were the only ones that were always willing to help in any way possible. I got caught up with life and growing up, being a father, trying to provide for my family and other things. I guess I thought that since I already had my EAD, I had nothing else to do here. I was dead wrong, we are still fighting the good fight not only for us but for the generations after us. Now I find myself on another process trying to get permanent residency through advance parole. If anyone has any questions about what I filled or the process in general, feel free to message me.
Ahahahahahahahaha It's close to midnight Something evil's lurking from the dark Under the moonlight You see a sight that almost stops your heart You try to scream But terror takes the sound before you make it
The Detroit News
Among Rhodes scholars, 1st DACA recipient The Detroit News Boston – The latest crop of U.S. Rhodes scholars has more women than any other single class, and almost half of this year's recipients of the prestigious scholarship to Oxford University in England are either immigrants or first-generation Americans ... Latest US Rhodes Scholar class includes record number of women and a DACA recipientNBCNews.com
The Hill (blog)
DACA recipient becomes Rhodes scholar | TheHill The Hill (blog) A recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is among the 32 people selected as members of the latest U.S. Rhodes Scholar class. Harvard Senior Becomes First DACA Recipient to Win Rhodes ScholarshipHarvard Crimson
DACA recipients hope time is on their side as program's fate hangs in the balance Dallas News But now he and more than 700,000 immigrants illegally brought to the country as children are almost back to where they started: Living a life of uncertainty, waiting to hear whether the highest court in the land will uphold or bring down the six-year ...
Judges are treating Trump as a second-class president AZCentral.com Litigation risk from a challenge to DACA couldn't be considered a grounds for the action since it wasn't explicitly stated as such – although such a challenge was pending, was cited in advice given by the Attorney General, and was included in a ...