From Voces de la Frontera in Wisconsin to United We Dream in Houston to Make the Road New York to NAKASEC in Washington, DC, and more — this week, advocates around the country have rallied in support of DACA and to make their support for Dreamers heard. View just... Continue »
A terrible story out of Houston, about a DACA recipient’s death after volunteering during Harvey recovery efforts, is a reminder that DACA recipients are risking their lives while the future of the program is under threat. 31-year-old Alonso Guillen disappeared last Wednesday when his boat capsized as he attempted to save Harvey... Continue »
Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.
America’s Voice DACA Decision Remains Down to One Man and One Man Only: Donald Trump La decisión sobre DACA depende de un solo hombre: el presidente Donald Trump ICYMI: “Ending DACA would be Trump’s most evil act” ICYMI: DACA Recipient Lost His Life Rescuing Americans Impacted by Hurricane Harvey... Continue »
Instead of Responding to a Manufactured Deadline, Trump Should Keep DACA in Place Everyone wants to be the first to report what the President will do about DACA.  But it’s important to remember that trial balloons and leaks are just that–until we have an official announcement, we will not... Continue »
Con una decisión y una llamada, el mandatario puede salvar DACA Todo mundo quiere ser el primero en informar sobre lo que el presidente hará con DACA. Pero es importante recordar que tantear el terreno y las filtraciones son solo eso. De tal modo que hasta que no tengamos... Continue »
State AG Sees the Light, Quits Team Paxton; Calls On Tennessee Senators to Enact the DREAM Act After a day of fevered speculation about the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the White House today delayed any decision about the future of this popular and... Continue »
Ohio immigrant legislation will help cities protect their populations.
Ohio AG Mike DeWine Should Follow Suit Cleveland, OH – The Attorney General of Tennessee, Herbert Slatery III, just announced that he will not join Texas in attacking the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in the courts. Ohio, like Tennessee, is a plaintiff in a lawsuit attacking a now-defunct... Continue »
Texas was the center of a lot of news this week, due to Hurricane Harvey and (for the immigration crowd) the injunction of the SB 4 anti-immigrant law. Here’s a summary of everything that’s happened in immigration-related Texas news this week: Texas SB 4 Injunction US District Judge Orlando... Continue »
Thousands of American leaders from faith and advocacy groups, all levels of elected government, judges, police chiefs, and sheriffs earlier this week signed a letter in support of DACA and Dreamers. Last night, they were joined by hundreds of major business leaders who asked Donald Trump to preserve DACA... Continue »
A recording of today’s call is available here On a press call today, immigration advocates, legal experts, and DACA recipients assessed a busy week of developments. From the preliminary injunction on Texas’s SB4 to ongoing attention to the future of DACA and DACA recipients, the speakers provided key analysis and... Continue »