As 2012 comes to a close, we would like to take this opportunity to reflect on what a remarkable year it has been for immigration reform.  While 2012 started out with a vow to veto the DREAM Act and talk of self-deportation, it ended with a triumphant election season... Continue »
Late last Friday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that they had deported another record number of immigrants in the last fiscal year, but that they were enacting reforms that could lead to fewer unnecessary deportations in the future.  As a New York Times Christmas editorial noted, the policy... Continue »
Next year is going to be huge for  immigration reform—and you still have a chance to donate to the DREAMers who helped make the coming fight possible. You still have a few days left to help DREAMers pay for college, get an internship, and gain leadership training. 100% of... Continue »
El presidente ha sido criticado tanto por organizaciones de defensa de los inmigrantes, alarmados por los récords de deportaciones bajo su gobierno, como por la oposición republicana, que afirma que adelanta una “amnistía encubierta” por no expulsar deliberadamente a personas sin papeles. “Estos números reflejan la urgencia que tiene el... Continue »
Complejo. Así lo definen analistas y activistas por los derechos de los inmigrantes. Las organizaciones que apoyan y defienden la reforma migratoria están convencidas que, por fin, ambos partidos se dieron cuenta que para ganar una elección presidencial necesitan el voto latino, y que el voto latino pasa por... Continue »
Cross-posted at the Hill: The results of the 2012 elections showed that Republicans are teetering at the edge of a “demographic cliff.” They have alienated Latino voters so thoroughly that they risk becoming a regional party unless something big changes, and changes soon. It’s obvious how they got here:... Continue »