Alberto Yanez’s deportation has been delayed for another year. This is undoubtedly a small victory in his much larger battle to stay in the only country he’s ever known since he first arrived in California as a toddler, but his fight is long from over.
We won! Activists from America’s Voice sent over 20,000 faxes to DHS and helped stop Mandeep and her mother’s deportation. Thanks to everyone who took action for Mandeep and her family. Without your support, Mandeep would not be here today.
The battle to stop Alberto Yanez’s deportation is far from over, but at least it has been delayed for another year. Alberto Yanez — father of three American citizens, brother of two American citizens, and a passionate DREAMer — saw major breakthrough when he was granted a one year stay of deportation through January of next year.
Organizers worked around the clock in Texas to stop Mario’s deportation. They sent thousands of message to DHS in support of young DREAMers who only wish to give back to the country they know as home.
It’s official—the thousands of faxes we all sent to ICE will allow Manolo and his family to stay in the country for another year!
Peck finally apologized via CNN:
“I’m Virgil Peck, I made an inappropriate comment. For that, I’m sorry, and I apologize to anyone that I offended with my inappropriate comment. I’ll be more careful with my words in the future.”
A UC Davis honors student who had launched a national Facebook campaign to avoid deportation to India with her mother won an 11th-hour stay Tuesday after immigration officials last week issued a memo allowing for greater discretion in Dream Act cases.
It’s official—the thousands of faxes we all sent to ICE will allow Manolo and his family to stay in the country for another year! Just over a month ago, we told you about Manolo, a young Chinese-American who would qualify for the DREAM Act.