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Month: June 2012

Immigrant Youth Gather to Fight Against Immigration Policy

Merely days after President Obama announced that he will grant a two-year reprieve to undocumented immigrants under the age of 30, over 100 potential recipients took to the streets of Washington, D.C., to fight against the new policy. According to Fox News, 250 undocumented youth from the group often referred to in the media as …

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Youth Coming Forward As Undocumented After President’s Announcement

Since President Obama's announcement will give a two-year reprieve to undocumented immigrants, many immigrant parents are stepping forward to file paperwork to help protect their children. Many groups have gathered to discuss plans and steps to take in order to make sure the youth are safe from deportation, which has given some clarity to some …

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Government Officials Hope Immigrant Innovators Can Stay In US

While many are arguing over immigration reform, a new study has revealed that immigrants are necessary for businesses to thrive, according to The New York Times. The survey released by the Partnership for a New American Economy, a nonprofit group co-founded by New York's Mayor Michael Bloomberg, revealed that many foreign-born inventors are trained in …

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Immigrant Advocates Upset Over Supreme Court Ruling

Immigrant Advocates Upset Over Supreme Court Ruling Although the Supreme Court ruled on June 25 that three out of four of Arizona's SB 1070 laws were unconstitutional, one section of Arizona's immigration policy that was not ruled out by the Supreme Court is also the most controversial. The state's current immigration reform law still allows …

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Some Youth Still Questioning Obama’s Announcement

After President Barack Obama announced he would be more lenient on deporting undocumented youth, some youth immigrants are still worried about what Obama's new policy will entail. Despite the fact that some think the president hasn't provided enough information, some are already planning to apply for work visas. According to People's World, an undocumented student …

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Undocumented Families Concerned For Future, Await Supreme Court Decision

After hearing about the Supreme Court's decision regarding Arizona's SB1070, the state's residents have additional concerns and are taking legal action to make sure their families are protected. One such couple that is working to protect their family is Valdimir Heredia and Miriam Heredia, who have lived in the United States for the past 16 …

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