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
North Dakota man pulled off Amtrak in Malta, threatened with deportation Great Falls TribuneA Williston, N.D., man from Guatemala was detained in Montana by Border Protection officers who he said removed him from an Amtrak train in Malta on Monday ... View the full article
Senators: Decision to halt FHA lending to DACA recipients is unacceptable National Mortgage NewsA group of Senate Democrats have called on HUD Secretary Ben Carson to reverse his agency's opinion that borrowers in the Deferred Action for Childhood ... View the full article
Some Republicans snubbed the many Dreamers in their districts Roll Call Most Republican representatives with a lot of beneficiaries of President Barack Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program lost their seats in ... View the full article
Justices Urged To Keep 4th Circ. Ruling Against DACA Repeal Law360Law360 (June 25, 2019, 7:14 PM EDT) -- The Fourth Circuit's decision that the government's planned repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ... View the full article
Justices Urged To Keep 4th Circ. Ruling Against DACA Repeal Law360The Fourth Circuit's decision that the government's planned repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program was arbitrary and capricious should be ... View the full article