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Immigration Reform News June 18, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Honorable Military Service Doesn’t Protect Immigrants From Trump Deportation or Expulsion, GAO Report Reveals Increased Deportations Five Key Points on Trump and Immigration While McConnell Blocks Everything in DC, New York State Moves Forward on Driver’s Licenses Donald Trump’s Threat of Millions of Deportations Will Affect Texans America’s Voice Launches Ad Campaign While … Continue reading »

Trump’s Family Separation: Trauma Inflicted is Ongoing and Incalculable

One of the darkest chapters of the Trump presidency – and modern American history – is the administration’s family separation policy. New stories are shedding light on just how cruel the Trump administration has been. According to Pili Tobar, Deputy Director of America’s Voice: “New details and revelations continue to emerge, underscoring the ongoing nature … Continue reading »

Immigration Experts Outline Effective Policy Solutions to Central American Humanitarian Crisis

A recording of the call can be found here. Earlier today, immigration, refugee and regional policy experts and advocates from Human Rights First, Latin American Working Group, Refugees International, and the Women’s Refugee Commission convened to discuss concrete policy proposals solutions from a new report to effectively manage—both in the region and at the U.S. … Continue reading »

ICYMI: WaPo Fact Check: Does the Dream and Promise Act Give Green Cards to Gang Members? (Spoiler: NO!)

“We give them Three Pinocchios” Throughout the debate over the Dream and Promise Act (H.R. 6), some House Republicans tried to kill the Dream and Promise Act by raising the specter of gang members, smugglers and those with multiple criminal convictions being able to obtain green cards as a result of the legislation. Today, Salvador … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News June 17, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Trump’s Family Separation: Trauma Inflicted is Ongoing and Incalculable Immigration Experts Outline Effective Policy Solutions to Central American Humanitarian Crisis ICYMI: WaPo Fact Check: Does the Dream and Promise Act Give Green Cards to Gang Members? (Spoiler: NO!) English The New York Times Trump Appoints a Loyalist as ‘Border Czar’ in Latest Immigration … Continue reading »

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 »

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 »

Reminders About The Human Toll of Trump’s Failure to Address Humanitarian and Refugee Crisis at the Border

“Trump’s actions are motivated largely by fear that his base may figure out that he is failing on his number one issue, immigration.” As President Trump’s bluster and threats and declarations of victories on immigration continue to dominate discussion, we have a host of new reminders about the human toll inflicted by his administration’s failures … 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 »

DHS Inspector General and Doctors Describe Repeatedly Unaddressed, Horrific Immigrant Detention Conditions

Today, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin McAleenan told the Senate Judiciary Committee that he is hearing only about minor detention condition issues and that “any issue that affects the safety of detainees is addressed immediately.” However, the facts suggest otherwise, according to nine reports by the DHS Inspector General and multiple doctors working in … Continue reading »