Deferred Action
Eddie Alberto (C) waits in line for assistance with paperwork for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program at the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles in Los Angeles, CA

Immigration Reform 2013 News: Judge Upholds Arizona Law Denying Driver's Licenses to DREAMers

Arizona’s refusal to issue driver’s licenses to DREAMers will continue to stand pending a constitutional challenge, a federal judge ruled today.
Jan Brewer

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer Sued Over Denying Driver's Licenses To Deferred Action Participants

A coalition of immigrant rights advocated filed a lawsuit against the Arizona governor, stating that her order is unconstitutional.
Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush Lays Out His Stance On Immigration During The ABC Continuity Forum 2012 in Miami

The former Florida governor and potential 2016 presidential pick of the Republican party spoke candidly on immigration reform during the ABC Continuity Forum 2012 on Tuesday.
Barack Obama

Latino Vote 2012: New Mexico Latinos Overwhelmingly Support Obama, List Immigration as Top Priority

The latest report by Latino Decisions found that Latinos in New Mexico largely support President Obama and counts immigration and the economy as the most important issues of this election.
deferred action

US Approves Thousands of Immigrant Youths For Deferred Action Program

More than 4,500 youths now allowed to work legally in the U.S.
deferred action

US Approves Thousands of Immigrant Youths For Deferred Action Program

More than 4,500 youths now allowed to work legally in the U.S.
Mitt Romney

Deferred Action and Mitt Romney: Republican Candidate Says He Would Honor Work Permits and Visas If Elected

The GOP candidate told The Denver Post that he would uphold any visas and work permits already given to young undocumented immigrants under the DACA.
DACA

DACA Applications 2012: First Wave of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Applications Approved

The Department of Homeland Security announced that the first group of deferred action applications were approved and applicants would be receiving notice within the week.

New York Legal Assistance Group to Help Young Latinos Escape Threat of Deportation

In a bid to help local Latino students to understand and successfully apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), the New York Legal Assistance Team has announced plans to park its mobile center outside of Newton High School in Elmsford, Queens from 2:30pm-6:00pm on Thursday September 6th and Friday September 7th.
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