Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Tag: DACA

Newsbreak, May 25, 2021

Today marks one year since the murder of George Floyd, this past weekend saw at least 12 shooting incidents including a mass shooting, a...

DACA: Futuro incierto

“Honestamente, yo ni siquiera sabía que no era estadounidense, o que no era ciudadana, o que no tenía una tarjeta de residencia. Al menos...

Biden gives DACA applicants hope

The Supreme Court ruling earlier this month that permitted the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to continue eased Exequiel Avila's fears he...

DACA recipient works with the Joe Biden campaign

Jose Rodriguez was just 13 years old when his family embarked on a journey from Guadalajara, Mexico to the United States in 2003. It...

The faces behind DACA (includes video stories)

Jessica Perez Castaneda, 30, has lived in the United States for 25 years in a constant state of fear.  About 650,000 young immigrants in the...

Líderes latinos emergentes: Samuel Vilchez Santiago

“Llegué a Estados Unidos como refugiado político desde Venezuela a los 13 años, sin saber nada de inglés”. Así nos cuenta el joven político...

Recipients on SCOTUS ruling that kept DACA alive: “We will make...

DACA recipients across the United States had a win on Thursday when the U.S. Supreme Court blocked President Donald Trump’s effort to end the...

Supreme Court backs DACA, deals blow to Trump, saves thousands of...

Alexandra Ruiz spent her Thursday morning refreshing the U.S. Supreme Court’s website. She stopped at 10 a.m., after the court had ruled the Trump Administration...

After Supreme Court hearing, Dreamers face uncertainty

Three weeks after a Supreme Court hearing on termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which was created through an executive...