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  2. Beto O'Rourke in Las Vegas: DACA recipients must be free to live without fear of deportation Las Vegas SunFramed by large photos of Mexican food, Beto O'Rourke stood tall in Las Vegas. The 6-foot-2 Democratic presidential candidate was atop a riser, fielding ... View the full article
  3. LI pols craft bipartisan proposal for immigrants NewsdayA $10 billion proposal by Reps. Tom Suozzi and Peter King has paths to legal residency for certain immigrants at risk of deportation, as well as money for border ... View the full article
  4. How a flight attendant from Texas ended up in an ICE detention center for six weeks Laredo Morning Times ICE Releases Flight Attendant and DACA Recipient Held for 6 Weeks Splinter ICE Releases 'Dreamer' Flight Attendant After She Spent More Than 5 Weeks in Detention TIME DACA flight attendant released from Texas ICE detainment center FOX 29 News Philadelphia View full coverage on Google News View the full article
  5. Flight attendant, a DACA recipient, released by ICE DACA recipient flight attendant released by ICE | TheHill The Hill Flight attendant with DACA released after month in detention for Mexico flight DACA protected flight attendant set to be released from ICE custody after nearly two months ThinkProgress View full coverage on Google News View the full article
  6. Clinton calls for people to sign petition to help DACA recipient detained by ICE | TheHill The HillFormer Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Friday solicited signatures for a petition calling for the freeing of a Deferred Action for Childhood ... View the full article
  7. Little-known provision prevents Dreamers from working on Capitol Hill Roll Call When Arizona Rep. Greg Stanton was elected last November, he considered it a no-brainer that his campaign's political director, 28-year-old Elizabeth Perez, ... View the full article
  8. Dreamers denied: Evidence mounts FHA is not backing DACA mortgages HousingWireDespite the Department of Housing and Urban Development stating recently that its policies have not changed in regards to the Federal Housing Administration ... View the full article
  9. Resources on HR 6, the Dream and Promise Act Center For American ProgressOn March 12, Reps. Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CA), Nydia Velázquez (D-NY), and Yvette Clarke (D-NY), alongside House Democratic leadership, introduced H.R. ... View the full article
  10. Dreamers Win Big at Grammys CSUN TodayBassist and CSUN alumnus Rodrigo Moreno '14 (Jazz Studies). Photo courtesy of Rodrigo Moreno. Musician Rodrigo Moreno sits in a chair, wearing ... View the full article
  11. Georgia rules against DACA students Workers WorldUndocumented students who are recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy, or DACA, have been barred from attending Georgia's top ... View the full article
  12. Americans Are Seeing Threats in the Wrong Places The AtlanticSecurity means teaching the public which dangers are real and which are not. Trump's rhetoric isn't helping. View the full article
  13. Immigration justice topic at luncheon for LWV Sanibel Island ReporterDid you know that illegal immigration into the United States is less than 0 percent? More illegal immigrants are leaving the U.S.. View the full article
  14. ASU immigrant advocacy club hands the mic to undocumented students The State PressAs undocumented students at ASU continue to rise above the unique obstacles that stand between them and their education, one ASU club aims to celebrate ... View the full article
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  16. What do DACA recipients think of the latest version of the Dream Act? America MagazineWe are all humans and we deserve a chance to thrive. We're not asking for things to be given to us. We're asking for an opportunity to work hard." View the full article
  17. U.S. bishops back Dream and Promise Act to legalize Dreamers and T.P.S. recipients America MagazineWe need a permanent legislative solution for those who have spent their lives contributing and living in the United States, the country they know as home,” ... View the full article
  18. The Trump administration policies courts have ruled against The Washington PostA Post analysis shows that, on a variety of topics, judges across the country have ruled against the administration more frequently than usual. View the full article
  19. New Mexico delegation sponsors bill protecting DACA recipients KRQE News 13New Mexico congressional delegation is sponsoring a bill that would permanently protect DACA recipients. View the full article
  20. To save Dreamers, some Latino Democrats say they’ll have to defeat Trump in 2020 McClatchy Washington BureauDemocrats in the Hispanic Caucus have competing ideas on how to tackle comprehensive immigration reform, and one of the biggest questions within their ... View the full article
  21. To save Dreamers, some Latino Democrats say they’ll have to defeat Trump in 2020 Sacramento BeeDemocrats in the Hispanic Caucus have competing ideas on how to tackle comprehensive immigration reform, and one of the biggest questions within their ... View the full article
  22. DUI to DACA to Greencard

    Question so were you convicted with the dui or still in processs with the dui (dwi)
  23. "For us its just a sense of security, a peace of mind," says DACA recipient on proposed bill OurQuadCitiesImmigrants with temporary humanitarian protections have new hope for a permanent U.S status. Now, local DACA recipients are speaking out on what that ... View the full article
  24. CommonWealth Magazine CommonWealth magazineHOUSE DEMOCRATS INTRODUCED sweeping new legislation last week that would provide permanent protection and a path to citizenship to young ... View the full article
  25. An immigration lexicon, including DACA, Dreamers, Sanctuary city and refugees USA TODAYImmigration has been one of the leading issues in the news in recent years. However, with immigration comes a host of terms, some of which might be unfamiliar ... View the full article
  26. Ph.D. student faces deportation to Liberia, where she has never lived Roll Call Yatta Kiazolu moved to Los Angeles from Delaware to pursue her dream of obtaining a Ph.D. in history at UCLA. But as she approaches her final year of the ... View the full article
  27. UCD police rally around bill that would allow DACA student recipients to enter law enforcement The AggieLegislation would amend citizenship requirement for law enforcement In order to promote opportunity and increase UC student hiring eligibilit. View the full article
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