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  2. KEYC Local DACA Recipient A Keynote Speaker At SCC's 2018 Global Conference KEYC Antonio Gomez, keynote speaker at the South Central College Global Conference coming up in October, joined KEYC News 12 this Midday to talk about his featured session called 'Running Out of DACA'. The conference takes place Oct. 10-11 at SCC. View the full article
  3. Inside Edition DACA Recipient Remembers Lonely Journey Across the Border at Age 10 Inside Edition Now 26, Leiva resides in the United States under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, widely known as DACA, an American immigration policy that allows some individuals who were brought to the United States illegally as children to ... and more » View the full article
  4. DACA Student under Anti-ICE Terrorism Investigation Chooses Mexico Deportation over Further Disclosure Immigration Blog (blog) Rather than face court proceedings that would further disclose why an FBI counterterrorism investigation has targeted him, San Antonio DACA recipient Sergio "Mapache" Salazar chose to take deportation to Mexico instead. The Mexico-born Salazar was ... View the full article
  5. Harvard Graduate School of Education (press release) Why DACA Works Harvard Graduate School of Education (press release) Today, if you're a young immigrant who received DACA status, you may be working an important internship. You may be applying to medical school. Or you may be planning a road trip to see favorite cousin get married this weekend. But next month, or next ... View the full article
  6. Forbes Withdrawal From DACA Litigation Becomes Key Point In Texas Attorney General Race Forbes “Why do you think that you can win as a Democrat in Texas?” This is the biggest question hanging over Justin Nelson, Democratic candidate for Texas Attorney General. His response: “I will withdraw Texas from the DACA suit on my first day in office.” ... View the full article
  7. Christian Science Monitor Dreaming in limbo: how DACA recipients are faring one year later Christian Science Monitor This month marks one year since the Trump administration announced it was ending the DACA program. The program, created by the Obama administration in 2012, allowed qualifying undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children to ... View the full article
  8. USA TODAY I nearly lost my job because of Trump's turn on DACA. Dreamers can't keep living in limbo. USA TODAY Last month, we learned that a federal judge ordered DACA to be fully reinstated. Then on Aug. 31, District Judge Andrew Hanen, who presides in my hometown, Houston, said DACA is probably illegal, although he left the program in place. Now there's a ... View the full article
  9. Houston Chronicle The egg cannot be unscrambled: Save DACA now! [Editorial ... Houston Chronicle 1of 3Protesters hold up signs during a rally supporting Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, outside the White House on September 5, 2017. (Olivier ... and more » View the full article
  10. Naples Daily News Commentary: DACA situation perilous; Congress must act Naples Daily News That means the attorney general will continue to oversee the Trump administration's challenges to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. That's not good news, and it further underscores the need for Congress to act quickly on ... View the full article
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  12. The Herald-News Letter: DACA and the November primaries The Herald-News To the Editor: Well Ray [Malmgren], I won't disappoint you by sitting and reading your false information. If you don't like the facts about the current immigration, you don't get to make things up or blame the Democrats. The Democrats have not been in ... View the full article
  13. Deadline 'Murphy Brown' To Tackle Trump's Wall & ICE, Casts Adan Rocha As DACA Dreamer Deadline As an inherently political comedy, CBS' Murphy Brown revival was fully expected to take on the Donald Trump presidency, and now we know it will include his controversial immigration policies. Related · Watchdog Group Wants More Asian/Pacific Islanders ... and more » View the full article
  14. Reno Public Radio Business Owners Protected By DACA Still In Limbo Reno Public Radio According to the latest data from U.S. Immigration Services, there are more than 2,500 DACA recipients living in Northern and rural Nevada. Since its inception, the program has shielded recipients from deportation. But over the past year, the ... View the full article
  15. Center For American Progress What DACA Recipients Stand to Lose—and What States Can Do ... Center For American Progress In the six years since the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program went into effect, its recipients, many of whom came to the United States as ... Guest opinion | Letters | themountainmail.comMountain Mail Newspaper all 2 news articles » View the full article
  16. The Oklahoma Daily OU's DACA students continue to fight for opportunity as fate of program remains in limbo The Oklahoma Daily It was Sept. 5, 2017, and President Donald Trump's administration had just announced the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, would end. The program is how Rubio and nearly 700,000 other young adults who were brought to the U.S. ... View the full article
  17. States Challenging DACA Seek Final Ruling Bloomberg BNA 12 court filing, the states said they'd rather go forward in federal district court so they can get a final ruling that puts an end to DACA once and for all. The Obama-era program remains in effect despite the Trump administration's decision to end it ... View the full article
  18. Monitor COMMENTARY: Keeping DACA in place is good for the economy Monitor DACA was implemented in August 2012 and allows immigrants who entered the United States as children to remain here for school or work under certain conditions. Nearly 700,000 people across the U.S. are enrolled in DACA, with about 114,000 of them ... View the full article
  19. Houston Chronicle DACA's end was delayed, but Houston's Dreamers remain at risk [Opinion] Houston Chronicle After I received my DACA paperwork, I enrolled in the University of Houston-Downtown and subsequently got a student-teaching position at Johnson Elementary School in Houston, where I now work with bilingual first graders. I adore these kids, most of ... View the full article
  20. Harvard Crimson Harvard Affiliates Will Huddle With Bacow to Strategize About Trump, DACA Harvard Crimson Several court injunctions in the past year have compelled the Trump administration to continue processing DACA renewal applications — so for now, Harvard's DACA recipients can renew their status. The future of the program remains uncertain, though. and more » View the full article
  21. The Collegian DACA rally sparks change The Collegian By Kathryn Kelman/editor-in-chief. Citizenship issues still loom one year later despite support. A year ago, the Trump administration announced its decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program spurring protests around the ... View the full article
  22. Hello, I am looking to renew my DACA after being charged with a DUI and then amended to reckless driving. Has anyone had any experience with this?
  23. Morning Bell: The DACA roller coaster continues Good Tuesday morning! This month marks one year since the Trump administration announced it was ending the DACA program. The program, created by the Obama administration in 2012, allowed qualifying undocumented immigrants who came to the ... View the full article
  24. Cheddar DACA Entrepreneur Still at Risk of Deportation Despite Business Success Cheddar By Bridgette Webb. It's been a year since President Trump moved to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, commonly known as DACA. The program is still afloat, but remains on shaky ground, leaving roughly 700,000 young undocumented ... View the full article
  25. Graham Suggests DACA/Wall Funding Deal: 'I Think You Marry Those Two Up' He suggested tying a DACA fix to wall funding. "We will get wall money. We have got to do something with DACA. I think you marry those two up. But the worst thing we could do, in my view, is shut the government down and be blamed for it. The last time ... View the full article
  26. Washington Post Even this ultra-conservative judge rejects Trump's argument on ... Washington Post A federal judge spares nearly 700000 migrants — for now. Thousands of DACA students can't afford renewal applicationsKOB all 5 news articles » View the full article
  27. DACA recipients turn to GoFundMe to pay for application renewal fees In Texas, more than 100,000 young immigrants are DACA recipients and receive protection from deportation while they work and study. A federal judge last month declined to order the program's halt and, for the moment, DACA renewals are still being ... View the full article
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