Tag: Immigration Reform

Coverage of the advance (or lack thereof) of a comprehensive immigration reform bill through Congress and its implementation.
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Cracks Starting to Show in DACA Program for Young Undocumented Immigrants

Von Diaz reports for Colorlines on the experiences of three young immigrants and the deferred action program.

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Video: Daughter of Deported Jordanian Immigrant Travels to Washington to Advocate for Reform

Magdolyn Kawas joined thousands of other demonstrators. Her message was about the importance of keeping families together.

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Deferred Action Report Card – Many Applicants Lack Proper Qualifications

A new report says only 57 per cent of potential DACA applicants meet both age and educational requirements.

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Commentary: Gay, Married and Waiting (Uncomfortably) for Immigration Reform

Erwin de Leon reflects on why immigration reform is so important to him personally.

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DREAM Act Timeline Tracks Immigration Reform Progress and Activism

A new interactive timeline charts the history of the DREAM Act.

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Podcast: Mexican Youth in New York Drop Out in Record Numbers

High poverty rates, language barriers, immigration status, and trouble accessing financial aid for college are among the contributing factors.

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British Woman is 3rd LGBT Immigrant to get Green Card after Supreme Court Overturns DOMA

Karin Bogliolo and her wife Judy Rickard are celebrating after a 7 year fight to stay in the U.S. legally.

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Story of an App: Does American Industry Need a Visa for Foreign Innovators?

Check out our infographic on the impact of foreign-born entrepreneurs on the U.S. economy.

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Ethnic Media Outlets Urge House Republicans to Pass Immigration Reform

Media serving immigrant communities insist ‘There is no room for failure.’

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What the DOMA Ruling Means for Gay Binational Couples

Erwin de Leon has a clear path to becoming a U.S. citizen now that the Supreme Court repealed the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).