Tag: DREAMers

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Ending DACA Casts a Shadow on a Young Chef’s Dream

DACA allowed Alfonso Verdis to rise in the restaurant business. Now he faces an uncertain future.

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Undocumented, Unafraid and Unexpected – The Dream City Podcast, Episode 5

Esther’s story challenges what it means to be an ally and participant in the immigrant rights movement.

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Education Challenges Ahead for Many Immigrant Youth

Regardless of their immigration status, immigrant youth face a variety of hurdles in school.

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Deferred Action Report Card – Many Applicants Lack Proper Qualifications

A new report says only 57 per cent of potential DACA applicants meet both age and educational requirements.

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DREAM Act Timeline Tracks Immigration Reform Progress and Activism

A new interactive timeline charts the history of the DREAM Act.

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New Film by Jose Antonio Vargas Explores Immigration Reform and Relationship with Mom

Vargas’s film “Documented” is an emotional journey through his life as an undocumented immigrant and activism towards immigration reform.

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Commentary: A Christmas Present for Victor

A private bill allowing Victor Chukwueke to stay in the United States and study medicine is cause for celebration says Erwin de Leon, but Victor is just one of millions.