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Immigration Reform News November 21, 2017 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

English Medium (Op-ed) Special Registration, Deferred Action and Prosecutorial (In)Discretion By Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia November 20, 2017 The Hill DHS ends temporary residency program for 60K Haitians By Rafael Bernal November 20, 2017 Black Star News DONALD TRUMP’S THANKSGIVING TO HAITIANS: GET OUT OF AMERICA November 20, 2017 Associated Press Activists plan lawsuit challenging Trump … Continue reading »

PHOTOS: As Thanksgiving Recess Begins, Advocates Across Country Call on Congressmembers to Support #DreamActNow

Members of Congress began their Thanksgiving recess this weekend, and Dreamers and advocates across the country took the opportunity to pressure their representatives to support the Dream Act and stand up to mass deportations. In Denver, Colorado Dreamers volunteered with Denver Feed a Family, while advocates with the Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition set up an empty … Continue reading »

Cleveland Advocates Tell Sen. Portman to Support Dream Act

On Saturday, advocates braved the wind and cold to gather in Cleveland, Ohio to tell Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) to support the Dream Act. Advocates have been asking for a meeting between Sen. Portman and Dreamers, which Portman has not granted yet. An Ohio Dreamer did meet with one of Portman’s staff in Washington, DC, … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News November 20, 2017 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Cruel and Indiscriminate Deportations Will Leave Far Too Many American Families With Empty Seats at Thanksgiving ICYMI: Fatiha Elgharib’s Case Showcases Continued Impacts of “Special Registration, Deferred Action and Prosecutorial (In)Discretion” Free Felipe: Felipe Abonza-Lopez, Dreamer from Texas, Released From Detention on Friday Marco Rubio: ‘Extend TPS for Haitians in the United States’ New … Continue reading »

Episode 11 of Our Podcast “180 Days” is Available Now

This week’s edition of the America’s Voice podcast, “180 Days,” is now available. The weekly podcast will run over the next six months as we approach the March 6, 2018 deadline for DACA. We cover the fight to protect Dreamers and pass the Dream Act – and other immigration news. This week, we talk about … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News November 17, 2017 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Legal Experts, Advocates: DACA Beneficiaries Already Losing Status; Congress Needs to Pass Dream Act Now ICYMI: CLINIC, NYU, and USCCB Release Trio of Reports on Horrific Conditions in Haiti That Point to Urgency of Extending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Latin Grammys Person of the Year Honors Dreamers in Moving Tribute Episode 11 of … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News November 16, 2017 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice DHS Denials and Reversal on DACA Applications Underscores Reality: Dreamers at Risk Now, Congressional Action Needed Just Days After Thanksgiving, Ohio Mother of U.S. Citizen with Down Syndrome Scheduled for Deportation Key Takeaways for 2018 Midterms: African American Voters in Virginia 2017 Dreamers and South Florida Leaders Call on Senator Rubio, Representatives Diaz-Balart … Continue reading »

PHOTOS: 19 Dream Advocates Arrested in Act of Civil Disobedience for Dream Act

Today, 19 Asian-American protesters, including two of the highest-ranking Asian-American leaders in the labor movement, were arrested in an act of civil disobedience that called on Congress to pass the Dream Act by the end of this year. Protesters blocked the entrance of Speaker Paul Ryan’s office and chanted for a vote. The demonstration was … Continue reading »

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