In this edition of News Picks, Homeland Security approves the first batch of deferred action applicants and Los Angeles considers turning library cards into valid IDs for the undocumented.
Young undocumented immigrants seeking legal advice on how to apply for deferred action are anxious for further immigration immigration reform.
On August 15th, young undocumented immigrants can apply to stay in the US legally. Feet in 2 Worlds asked immigration attorneys “what do people need to know before applying?”
President Obama holds the power to realize the ultimate dreams of undocumented youth—but he’s choosing not to wield it.
The Adjusted Residency for Military Service Act – the ARMS Act – is a pruned version of the DREAM Act. It gives undocumented youth a chance to legalize their status if they join the military, but there are no benefits for pursuing higher education.
In this podcast episode, you’ll hear three new voices in the immigrant rights movement: Jose Antonio Vargas, Tania Mattos and Juan Escalante. They are young, undocumented and public about their status.