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Immigration Reform News June 14, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

English Politico HUD: DACA recipients ineligible for U.S.-backed mortgages By Katy O’Donnell June 13, 2019 Buzzfeed News The Trump Administration Admits It’s Denying Housing Loans To DACA Recipients By Nidhi Prakash June 13, 2019 theBlaze HUD assistant secretary confirms DACA recipients are not permitted to get US-backed mortgages By Mike Ciandella June 13, 2019 Vox … Continue reading »

2020 Elections: Here Are the Democratic Candidates’ Immigration Plans

Donald Trump’s 2020 reelection campaign will likely focus on extreme anti-immigrant rhetoric with the hopes of dividing and distracting voters. This is his go-to strategy despite its serious track record of failure. His xenophobia has not only backfired electorally — it has also backfired as policy. The last two years of his Administration have been … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News June 13, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice 2020 Elections: Here Are the Democratic Candidates’ Immigration Plans Honorable Military Service Doesn’t Protect Immigrants From Trump Deportation or Expulsion, GAO Report Reveals Increased Deportations Democrats Stand with Majority of American By Stepping Up for Dreamers, Owning Common Sense Solutions In 2020 Immigration Debate English Bloomberg Kamala Harris Vows Executive Action to Allow … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News June 12, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Reminders About The Human Toll of Trump’s Failure to Address Humanitarian and Refugee Crisis at the Border  English Bloomberg The Number That Will Tell Us Whether Trump’s Mexico Deal Is Real By Josh Wingrove June 12, 2019 Associated Press Tariff Deal Gives Momentum to ‘Remain-In-Mexico’ Policy June 11, 2019 The New York Times … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News June 11, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice From “closing the border” to “incremental tariffs,” two threats never realized DHS Inspector General and Doctors Describe Repeatedly Unaddressed, Horrific Immigrant Detention Conditions “As Phony As A Degree from Trump University” – Observers Blast President Trump’s Desperate Spin and Continued Immigration Failures While Trump Fumes and Fails, Democrats Outline a Sound and Sensible … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News June 10, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Previewing the Week on Immigration: Chaos, Failure and Abhorrent Detention Conditions As Humanitarian Crisis Grows Trump congratulates himself for “solving” the crisis and chaos he himself generated Trump se autocongratula por “solucionar” crisis y caos que él mismo genera Del “cierre de la frontera” a las “tarifas arancelarias”, dos amenazas no cumplidas English … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News June 7, 2019/ Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Trump Admin Prioritizes Border Wall Makeover As Children Lose Resources & Detention Conditions Worsen Trump Administration Policies Inflicting Harm on Children Las noticias más destacadas en español English LA Times (Opinion) We could have resolution for the ‘Dreamers,’ if the Republicans would let us By Scott Martelle June 06, 2019 Politico Magazine Why … Continue reading »

Immigration 101: Who is Ken Cuccinelli, Trump’s Pick to Lead USCIS

Ken Cuccinelli is an anti-immigrant extremist who once compared immigration to pest control and has a history of anti-Muslim and anti-LGBT positions. He’s a former state Senator, a former Attorney General for Virginia, a failed gubernatorial candidate, and hasn’t really been relevant since 2013. Yet Donald Trump wants him to run the U.S. Citizenship and … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News June 6, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Borderline Crazy: GOP Colludes with Trump on Failure, Cruelty and Punishing Children, While Americans Deserve A Rational Way Forward on Border and Refugees Las noticias más destacadas en español English Black Star News Qudsia Raja, Policy Director of the National Domestic Violence Hotline said while the survey’s findings were “deeply unsettling, it comes … Continue reading »