‘Dreamers’ Present Response to Trump’s State of the Union

By Andrea Lopez-Villafaña | The group of Dreamers presented their response to President Trump’s State of the Union speech on Wednesday, Jan. 31, in front of the USCIS Enforcement and Removal Operations Field Office in Downtown, San Diego.

White House Releases Framework on Immigration Policies

On Thursday, Jan. 25, the White House released a tentative framework, which would provide Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients a path to citizenship, so long as there is funding for the controversial border wall.

Departamento de Justicia Planea Pelear Contra DACA Mientras USCIS abre Solicitudes de Renovación

El Departamento de Justicia está buscando una revisión ante el Tribunal de Apelaciones del Noveno Circuito y emitirá una petición esta semana para “buscar una revisión directa en el Tribunal Supremo”, según el comunicado de prensa del Departamento.

Orden Judicial Bloquea la Decisión de Trump de Terminar con DACA

El juez de distrito de los Estados Unidos William Alsup de San Francisco escribió que la administración necesita “mantener el programa DACA a nivel nacional” y permitir a los beneficiarios de DACA renovar su estatus, con algunas excepciones.

‘Dreamers’ Impact in Economy Reviewed

The Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at UC San Diego hosted the event, “Challenges for Dreamers in Trump’s America,” on Monday, Dec. 4, which consisted of presentations by immigration experts and DACA recipients themselves.

Mexico’s Secretary of Foreign Affairs Offers Support to ‘Dreamers’

By Andrea Lopez-Villafaña Mexico’s Secretary of Foreign Affairs Luis Videgaray Caso listened to the stories and concerns of DACA recipients on Monday, Sept. 11, in Sacramento, and reassured them that Mexico would support them with what is necessary for them to succeed. Last week, President Donald Trump rescinded the program Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, […]