On February 14, people around the world celebrate Valentine’s Day, a day filled with love and traditions. Although Sweetheart Candies, red rose bouquets, and valentine cards are common in the United States, other countries celebrate the day of love with their own traditions and customs. Below are three traditional Valentine’s Day customs. See if you […]
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On September 5, the Trump Administration announced that DACA which has shielded over 800,000 young people who were brought to the US as children from deportation for the past 5 years was coming to an end. The USCIS will no longer accept new applications for DACA or for advance parole travel permits. However, for a […]
Although many people see President Trump as the most anti-immigrant President in recent history, to others, he is not anti-immigrant enough. In a memo issued on June 15, 2017, DHS Secretary John Kelley rescinded the Obama Administration’s memorandum expanding the DACA program and creating the DAPA program for certain parents of US citizens. However, the […]
On May 6, President Trump signed a budget bill which will fund the Federal Government through September 30, 2017. The President backed down on his demand that Congress appropriate over a billion dollars as a down payment for his proposed border wall. In fact, Congress refused to spend even a penny for the wall. The […]
The pro-immigration advocacy group led by Michael Bloomberg has launched a new campaign, taking place in all 50 states with pro-reform events and economic reports tailored to each state, with a focus on the economic benefits for an overhaul of the immigration system.
The rising number of unaccompanied minors arriving in the U.S. from Central American nations has exacerbated an already severe backlog in immigration courts. More than half a million cases remain pending, and the resulting delay has real implications for immigrants, asylum-seekers and their families.
The recent SCOTUS ruling will have a serious affect on millions of families. Both presidential candidates Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump weighed in on the decision and both have different stances on the matter. Read more here: http://www.refinery29.com/2016/06/114819/supreme-court-immigration-reform-dapa-daca-ruling
The Supreme Court is nearing a decision on the United States v. Texas case. If the Supreme Court rules in favor of Obama’s legislation, it would protect young immigrants that were brought to the United States as children from deportation.
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