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Shutdown showdown: Democrats press to reopen government as Trump heads to border

Individuals owning property along the route of a wall who stand to lose property or the use ... Court case will be the time to do that,” Pence said, referring to the high court’s expected ruling on th... read more

Vice President Mike Pence on President Trump's offer to Democrats to end the shutdown stalemate

We want changes in amnesty laws so that children can apply for amnesty in Central American countries. All of those things coming together and the president added to that, three years of temporary reli... read more

As DACA's End Nears, Schools Stand to Lose 20,000 Educators

President Trump, who said Obama did not have the authority to create the program, has pressed Congress to come up with a fix that would allow DACA recipients to remain ... The resulting patchwork of s... read more

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A Dreamer's Story: What DACA Means to One Korean American Woman

Some families initially come to the United States ... stand in support of Dreamers and keep these 800,000 Americans from being wrongfully deported. To learn more about what Trump’s policies mean for D... read more


OPINION: If DACA isn't fixed, acts of disobedience may become necessary

If DACA expires, the 19,000 students who already lost their status will face the risk of deportation and will no longer be able to work. Each day afterward, 1,000 more DACA recipients will lose ... po... read more

800,000 Young Immigrants' Futures Are On The Line

"When my DACA expires in less than four months, my entire life will be turned upside down. Without congressional action, I am going to lose everything I've ... “We are going to do DACA, and then we ca... read more

What is Daca and who are the Dreamers?

Those 800,000 immigrants, who were brought to the US illegally as children, have received renewable, two-year work permits under DACA and are protected from deportation. Recipients ... the thousands o... read more

What’s the history of sanctuary spaces and why do they matter?

In 2015, 65 percent of DACA recipients were in college or graduate school ... Today, there are practical limits to what colleges and universities can do without breaking the law. Just as the medieval ... read more

What Attitudes About DACA Tell Us About Our Morality

We are the only species that can cooperate in groups of millions of non-kin. We are able to do this, in part ... who have explicitly stated that DACA recipients should be allowed to stay in the United ... read more

DACA Legislation State of Play

Come March 5th, a new 900–1400 DACA recipients a day, Monday through Friday, will fall out of status and lose their ability to work legally ... bill is an excellent starting point. So what can we all ... read more

Sen. Lindsey Graham on whether Congress can end the stalemate over the partial government shutdown

TRUMP: Congress should do this. If they can't do it, I will declare a national emergency. WALLACE: We'll get the latest on where negotiations stand ... are going to lose their legal status soon. He's ... read more

Q&A: A look at the immigrant relief program known as DACA

DACA recipients can apply for Advanced Parole, a provision that allows them to travel for family emergencies, education or work purposes for a $360 fee. USCIS estimates that at least 22,340 DACA recip... read more



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