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Immigration 101: What is Family Migration (or so-called ‘Chain Migration’)?

The family migration program has  been around since the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 and allows U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents to bring in their immediate relatives to the U.S. This law did away with the racially discriminatory national origins quota system from the 1920s. Through the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), U.S. … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 16, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Five Key Points on the Current Moment of Crisis DHS Secretary Nielsen Joins Trump Administration’s Rogue’s Gallery on Immigration After Deportation Delay, Youngstown’s Amer Adi Incomprehensibly Detained by ICE With Congressman Tim Ryan At His Side Hundreds of Haitian-Americans and allies protest near Mar-a-Lago in wake of Trump’s racist rant Nadeen Aljijakli: Will Politics … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 12, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Frank Sharry: Following Trump’s Latest Racist Remarks, A Moment of Truth ICYMI: Greg Sargent: “Trump Just Denied His ‘Shithole’ Comment. In The Process, He Confirmed the Worst” Trump: I’ll Sign “Whatever Immigration Bill” Congress Sends Me… Just Not The One I Said I Would Sign Five Things To Know About The TPS Holders … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 11, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Three Major Obstacles to Enacting a Bipartisan Dreamer Deal: John Cornyn, Bob Goodlatte, and Stephen Miller Quinnipiac Poll: 86% of Americans, Including 76% of Republicans, Want Dreamers to Stay in America Dreamer Protections and Border Security: The Good the Bad and the Ugly Rodman Serrano for New York Times: President Trump Is Breaking Up My Family … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 10, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice DACA-Recipients, Legal Experts, and Advocates: DACA-Lawsuit Developments Underscore Heightened Need for Dream Act Family-Based Immigration – How the System Works, and How Trump Administration Proposals to Gut It Would Undermine American Values English CNN Democrats seek to avoid DACA’s isolation in budget negotiations By Tal Kopan January 09, 2018 The Hill (Op-Ed) Congress … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 9, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice A Deal to Be Had and A Deal Within Reach New York Times Report: Trump’s Border Wall Would Come at Direct Expense of Actual Border Security ICYMI: The Daily 202 – “Trump systematically alienates the Latino diaspora – from El Salvador to Puerto Rico and Mexico” Media Reports Highlight Economic and Other Devastating Impacts of … Continue reading »

This is What Mass Deportation Looks Like: 2018

Today, the Trump Administration ended temporary protected status (TPS) for Salvadoran immigrants, impacting 200,000 people who have lived in the US for decades, held jobs, and paid taxes. Contrary to popular belief and general misunderstanding, TPS holders are not undocumented. They’re immigrants who were already in the US at the time a catastrophic event – … Continue reading »

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