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Michigan Reverses Itself on Driver's Licenses for DACA Recipients

Feb 01, 2013

In a reversal of its previous position, the Michigan Secretary of State's office said Friday it would begin issuing driver's licenses to immigrants who qualify for the federal government's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Michigan's original position to...

Obama to Univision: 'I'm Not a King'

Feb 01, 2013

President Obama, who was interviewed this week on Univision and Telemundo, said he hopes to pass immigration reform this year. When asked whether he would consider a moratorium on deportations of non-criminals, Obama told Univision, "I'm not a king." In...

A Ground-Eye View of the 'Valley of Deportation' (PART 2)

Feb 01, 2013

 EDITOR'S NOTE: Jesús E. Valenzuela Félix is a blogger and reporter from Coachella, CA, currently living in Salinas and working for the United Farm Workers Foundation. His blog, "The Diary of Joaquín Magón” appears regularly on the youth-led community news...

A Ground-Eye View of the 'Valley of Deportation'

Jan 29, 2013

EDITOR'S NOTE: Jesús E. Valenzuela Félix is a blogger and reporter from Coachella, CA, currently living in Salinas and working for the United Farm Workers Foundation. His blog, "The Diary of Joaquín Magón” appears regularly on the youth-led community news...

Iowa Reverses Itself on Driver's Licenses for DACA Recipients

Jan 24, 2013

Iowa's state government ruled Wednesday that undocumented young people, or "DREAMers," who have been granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), will be eligible for driver's licenses and ID cards. The announcement is a reversal of its previous position; in...

1,000 Faith Leaders Call for Immigration Reform

Jan 23, 2013

When members of the new Congress arrived on Capitol Hill Tuesday, they were greeted by calls from some 1,000 faith leaders, all asking the same question: “What are you doing to help enact immigration reform this year?”The query was the...

Poll: Bipartisan Support for Immigration Reform

Jan 18, 2013

A new bipartisan poll finds high levels of support among U.S. voters for immigration reform that combines a path to earned citizenship with measures to avoid future flows of undocumented immigrants and greater accountability for employers. The poll was conducted...

Obama to Outline Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill

Jan 14, 2013

President Barack Obama plans to outline a comprehensive immigration reform bill that will provide a path to citizenship for most undocumented immigrants, the New York Times reports.Unlike Sen. Marco Rubio, who plans to split immigration reform legislation into separate bills, Obama...

Citizen Children Experience Trauma After Separation from Immigrant Parents

Jan 13, 2013

 U.S.-born María Vasques was just six years old when her mother Edith Barrios kissed her goodbye. She told María that she was off to work, and she hurried out the door dragging a suitcase.María’s mother told her a white but...

Release of DREAMer’s Family Highlights Youth Movement’s Power

Jan 11, 2013

Within hours of an immigration raid on her family’s home last night, the mother and brother of undocumented immigrant activist Erika Andiola’s family were released from immigration detention this morning. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has indicated that it will likely...

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