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  1. DACA: Immigrant success celebrated and challenges assessed on 7th anniversary KABC-TVStories of immigrant success are celebrated and future challenges are assessed on the 7th anniversary of President Barack Obama's executive order ... View the full article
  2. UNR graduate from Carson City writes piece in New York Times about self-deporting in 2020 Reno Gazette JournalUNR grad writes New York Times piece about no longer waiting for legal status in the U.S. and will self-deport in 2020. View the full article
  3. Bernie Sanders and Cardi B talk politics, racism and jobs in Detroit MLive.comBernie Sanders and rapper Cardi B discussed criminal justice reform, raising the minimum wage and other 2020 campaign issues. View the full article
  4. Without Action, More DACA Recipients Than Ever Before Could See Their DACA Expire in October Center For American ProgressOn November 12, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether the Trump administration's termination of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ... View the full article
  5. No Need to Deport Me. This Dreamer’s Dream Is Dead. The New York TimesI love the United States. But I will leave my country with no hope of returning. View the full article
  6. Northeast Ohio DACA Recipients Are At Risk Clevelandmagazine.comTonight, Luis is sharing his story. At Morley Library in Painesville, he's seated at a table as part of a panel discussion on immigration hosted by Ideastream's ... View the full article
  7. King & Spalding Helps DACA Recipients Keep Dreams Alive Law360King & Spalding LLP is helping participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program reapply for protections before it's too late, harnessing the ... View the full article
  8. In Case You Missed It: San Diego Good News for Sunday, August 11 NBC 7 San DiegoFive "good news" stories from this week include helping Mexican Grey pups, New Jimbo's grocery store and DACA recipient on the path to success. View the full article
  9. Let there be rock: ACA/DACA gears up for hometown show at Stars Fairfield Daily RepublicVACAVILLE — ACA/DACA is ready for the hometown crowd Saturday at Stars Recreation Center. The band came together in 2012 after a night of karaoke in ... View the full article
  10. New Michigan in-state tuition requirements to help undocumented, DACA students Inside Higher EdA change to in-state tuition requirements at the University of Michigan will likely benefit some of the institution's most vulnerable student populations. View the full article
  11. DACA Recipient on Path to Success Thanks to Internship With the City of San Diego NBC 7 San DiegoA DACA recipient says he's on the path to success thanks to a unique internship with the City of San Diego. In a Point Loma Library an unlikely library assistant ... View the full article
  12. Area DACA student earns in-state tuition at UA Cossatot Texarkana GazetteJohana Martinez, a student at the University of Arkansas at Cossatot, is the first student at the college to receive in-state tuition as a DACA student. 3 hours ago. View the full article
  13. Just What Is The Idaho Opportunity Scholarship Anyway? Boise State Public RadioOn Monday , we talked to Nicole Foy with the Idaho Statesman about emails she uncovered from Idaho republicans that could mean that the legislature might. View the full article
  14. Resources on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Center For American ProgressFor 825,000 undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as children, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) has served as a critical relief ... View the full article
  15. University of Virginia Extends Aid to DACA Students Delmarva Public RadioCHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) - The University of Virginia has extended financial aid eligibility to undergraduate students who are in the Deferred Action for. View the full article