En respuesta al anuncio de que el presidente de la Cámara de Representantes, Paul Ryan, se retirará, compartimos a continuación las reacciones de Frank Sharry, Director Ejecutivo de America’s Voice, y Juan Escalante, Director de Comunicaciones de esta organización, quien además es beneficiario de DACA: Frank Sharry, Director Ejecutivo de America’s Voice: A mediados de los… Continue »

El presidente de la Cámara Baja, Paul Ryan, anunció que no buscará la reelección en noviembre y al menos en lo que a inmigración respecta, se marchará sin completar su evolución en este tema que en etapas defendió, en otras entorpeció y en otras más se hizo cómplice por su silencio e inacción. Digamos que… Continue »

In response to the announcement that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan will retire, the following are the reactions of Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America’s Voice, and Juan Escalante, Communications Manager of America’s Voice and a DACA recipient: Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America’s Voice: In the mid-1990s, I met Paul Ryan when he… Continue »

Today, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen will testify before the House Appropriations Committee on behalf of the Trump administration’s fiscal year 2019 budget proposal for DHS. Ahead of Sec. Nielsen’s hearing, and amidst the Trump Administration’s ongoing fear-mongering about immigrants and the state of border security, here are five key questions that… Continue »

Ohio immigrant legislation will help cities protect their populations.

Asking Rep. David Joyce: “If We Are Deported, Who Will Fill Our Shoes?” Chagrin Falls, OH – Last September, President Trump took the cruel and outrageous step of rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that allowed so many young people to live their lives in peace and contribute to their fullest potentials.  Since then,… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

America’s Voice Frank Sharry and Juan Escalante React to Paul Ryan’s Retirement and Immigration Legacy “We have a Dream” Silent Protest For Dreamers and Against Cruel Deportations Five Border and Immigration Qs for DHS Secretary Nielsen For Hearing Today on Capitol Hill En inmigración, Paul Ryan pudo hacer mucho y no hizo nada Frank Sharry… Continue »

The veto of House Bill 1257 is a victory for the Virginia voters who rejected Ed Gillespie’s xenophobic and racist campaign tactics and shows why elections matter The following is a statement from Matt Hildreth, Political Director at America’s Voice, in response to Governor Ralph Northam’s veto of House Bill 1257, a politically-motivated bill seeking… Continue »

“Living in the Shadows” Depicts One Family’s Story, Fears, and Hopes in Comic-Strip Form Cincinnati, OH — Political cartoonist Kevin Necessary of WCPO in Cincinnati just published a ground-breaking comic-strip series about the life of a local “mixed status” American family. “Living in the Shadows” is an illustrated story, in three parts, that goes deep into real-life… Continue »

Anti-Immigrant Obsession is About Securing His Base, Not the Border Two experts — one a veteran military leader, one a veteran immigration policy expert — weigh in on Trump’s decision to deploy the National Guard to the U.S.-Mexico border. Admiral James Stavridis is a retired 4-star officer in the U.S. Navy, led the NATO Alliance as… Continue »

Los lobos vestidos de oveja nunca dejarán de ser lobos. Así, el presidente Trump ha retomado sus promesas de campaña con más fuerza que nunca. Estas últimas semanas Trump se ha visto presionado por su base de seguidores antiinmigrantes, quienes han declarado que él no ha cumplido en realidad con lo prometido. Cabe recordar que… Continue »