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  2. Utah university offers fingerprinting for DACA immigrants so they can drive Deseret NewsPolice at the Dixie State University campus decided to offer the *service* after the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah reached out to them. View the full article
  3. Group celebrates 7th DACA anniversary by offering workshops, immigration consults in Phoenix AZCentralCelebrating the 7th anniversary of DACA, residents attended workshops on how to create a resume, build credit and start a business in Phoenix. View the full article
  4. Group marks 7th anniversary of DACA, urges DREAM Act passage AZCentralAbout 30 people gathered at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix on Friday to mark the seventh anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, ... View the full article
  5. DACA recipients closely watching 2020 candidates for clues to their future ABC NewsDreamers are looking to see how Democratic presidential candidates will think about the future of young people in the same plight. View the full article
  6. By Playing Politics with DACA Trump is Toying with Immigrant Lives The Globe PostTrump blames courts for barring his efforts to rescind DACA, but the true reason is that he continues to benefit from playing politics with immigrant lives. View the full article
  7. Ninth Circuit Takes Up Feds' Dismantling of DACA Courthouse News ServicePASADENA, Calif. (CN) – A Justice Department attorney told a Ninth Circuit panel Thursday that although existing immigration laws may not outline when the ... View the full article
  8. HUD: DACA recipients ineligible for U.S.-backed mortgages POLITICOBeneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program are ineligible for mortgages backed by the Federal Housing Administration, a top Housing ... View the full article
  9. Kamala Harris' immigration plan aims to protect migrants, DACA UPI NewsDemocratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris has unveiled her plan for immigration, which would use executive authority to guard 6 million undocumented ... View the full article
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  11. DACA changes hit local residents hard BayStateBannerStrict immigration restrictions put in place by the U.S. federal government have had negative effects on immigrant communities throughout the country, and those ... View the full article
  12. DACA holders hoping to travel abroad, woo lawmakers in D.C. OCRegisterA group of young Southern California immigrants who hold protected DACA status are in Washington D.C. this week to advocate for a little known provision in ... View the full article
  13. For undocumented Arizona high school grad, Yale is more affordable than ASU AZCentralUndocumented students in Arizona face more barriers to college access than peers who qualify for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. View the full article
  14. DACA and the Death of Dreams The Good Men Project... ♪ (music) ♪ When I moved to America, they shackled me, tied my hands against a wall, changed my name, put a label on me. They cut my wings, called me ... View the full article
  15. New scholarship fund implemented for 'dreamers' after tuition increase ruling Arizona Daily WildcatChicanos Por La Causa, a nonprofit community development organization, announced a new scholarship initiative on April 27 after the Arizona Supreme Court ... View the full article
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  17. Supreme Court to meet behind closed doors on Thursday to discuss DACA CNNThe Supreme Court signaled on Monday that it would meet behind closed doors Thursday to discuss whether to take up a case for next term concerning the ... View the full article
  18. A new generation of ‘un-DACAmented’ high school graduates fights hurdles to higher ed PRIFor Ximena, a high school senior in California, college applications were a breeze. The straight-A student takes college-level courses and is meticulous with her ... View the full article
  19. The Supreme Court’s Next Three Weeks Could Shake Up the 2020 Election BloombergThe U.S. Supreme Court enters the homestretch of its term with looming decisions that could affect the 2020 election and thrust the court even deeper into the ... View the full article
  20. Steil weighs in on tariffs, DACA, the Mueller Report and impeachment Journal TimesWASHINGTON — Racine County's congressman says trade and immigration are two issues that should be separate. View the full article
  21. Report says 'DEAMERS' in Pennsylvania pay millions of dollars in taxes AL DIA NewsNew research from an immigration advocacy group details the amount of income taxes paid by DACA recipients and TPS holders. An economic sum that could ... View the full article
  22. DACA Desperately Requires Legislative Fix The Globe PostBecause of the pending legal clash between US courts over the DACA program, a legislative fix is desperately needed now more than ever. View the full article
  23. A Chance for ‘Dreamers’ The New York TimesCongress should do its job and pass a bill to protect immigrants brought to the United States as children. View the full article
  24. 'There Is a Voice, There Is a Pathway,' DACA Dreamer Says During Immigrant Heritage Month CheddarJorge Lima, senior vice president of immigration at Stand Together, and dreamer Saul Salazar join Cheddar to discuss the status of immigration reform in the ... View the full article
  25. This immigrant student's detention serves as a cautionary tale for DACA recipients PRIIn March of 2018, Omar Helalat was a college student at SUNY Albany preparing to earn his bachelor's degree in business administration. He said he was ... View the full article
  26. Nebraska Rep. Bacon crosses aisle to vote for DACA protection Lincoln Journal StarRep. Don Bacon, metropolitan Omaha's 2nd District congressman, was one of just seven Republicans who joined Democratic House members in approving ... View the full article
  27. DACA Program Continues As U.S. Supreme Court Declines To Expedite Consideration Of Cases JD SupraThe “Dreamers” have received another reprieve from the U.S. Supreme Court. DACA litigation has been in the news since September 2017, when then-Attorney ... View the full article
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