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Immigration Reform News June 3, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Trump lanza piedras a México cuando EEUU tiene techo de cristal America’s Voice Recommends Passage of American Dream and Promise Act With No Damaging Amendments WaPo Editorial: “Unauthorized immigrants are overwhelmingly law-abiding. But it won’t stop Trump” Observers Blast Trump Tariff Threat as “Mind-Bogglingly Stupid” and a Sign of Failure and Desperation English … Continue reading »

‘Trump Tariffs Solve Nothing, Make Problems Worse’ And Other Tweets

Donald Trump announced yesterday, by tweet, that a 5% tariff on Mexican imports would be his latest move in attempting to stop central American refugees from coming to the U.S.-Mexico border. Experts pointed out that trade wars are not good for business, that the U.S. (especially Texas) is one of Mexico’s largest trading partners, that … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News May 31, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Office Hours: Immigration Experts Discuss Trump’s Latest Attack on Asylum, Immigration ‘Trump Tariffs Solve Nothing, Make Problems Worse’ And Other Tweets Taxing Americans To Get Mexico To Stop Central Americans:This Is What Flailing Looks Like English Politico Trump weighs plan to choke off asylum for Central Americans By Ian Kullgren, Ted Hesson and … Continue reading »

Immigration 101: Who is Mark Morgan, Trump’s Nominee to Head ICE?

On May 5, 2019, Donald Trump announced via Twitter that Customs and Border Protection (CBP) chief Mark Morgan would be his next nominee to head Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Trump’s announcement came a few weeks after he abruptly pulled the nomination of ICE’s acting director, Ron Vitiello, saying he wanted to go in a … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News May 29, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Two Undocumented Chefs Cooked for the President at His Golf Course, Now They’re Unemployed Hipocresía o buena economía, dos polos que serán puestos a prueba en 2020 Las noticias más destacadas en español English The Final Call ADOS Its origins, troublesome ties and fears it’s dividing Black folk in the fight for reparations … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News May 28, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Texas Sec. of State David Whitley Resigns After Efforts to Disenfranchise Texas Voters New Washington Post Stories: “Trump reaped the financial benefits of using undocumented employees — an ability to pay his employees lower wages and fewer benefits — while reaping the political benefits of attacking it.” English Associated Press Trump Asks Citizenship … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News May 24, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice WaPo Reveals Trump Cronyism to Build Border Wall Dying for the “American dream” when they have just begun to live Las noticias más destacadas en Español English The Daily Beast Trump’s Online Immigration Campaign Dominating Dems in Swing States By Hanna Trudo May 24, 2019 ThinkProgress Why migrant children are dying at the … Continue reading »

Immigration 101: Do Immigrants Pay Taxes?

The basic answer: yes. Immigrants, including those without documentation, pay billions of dollars in taxes to federal, state and local governments every year. Immigrants paid $405.4 billion in taxes in 2017, including an estimated $27.2 billion in taxes paid by undocumented immigrants. Immigrants have always been, and continue to be vital, to the United States … Continue reading »

Here’s How Advocates Celebrated After the Committee Passage of the Dream & Promise Act

Yesterday, the House Judiciary Committee approved the Dream and Promise Act, which would create permanent protections and a path to legalization and citizenship for Dreamers and TPS holders. The bill is one of the most significant pieces of pro-immigrant legislation to be voted on — and passed — in years, and many advocates across the … Continue reading »