Posts Tagged as "immigration"

Obama’s Executive Action — Shadows Remain

January 13, 2015 / By
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The parents of Dreamers and existing DACA recipients, for example, will receive no help. Likewise for the parents whose children were not born in the United States. Despite having lived here for more than five years, paying taxes and generally being hard working people, they will watch from the sidelines -- alongside those who have been here for less than five years -- as many others begin their applications for employment authorization.

Everything You Need To Know About Applying For DACA

August 25, 2014 / By
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I have been living here since I was 3. I think, write and speak in English. I’m a part of American culture. I’m thankful for the opportunity DACA provides, but I stay hopeful that someday I will be fully legalized in my home.

ACA & The Undocumented

December 10, 2013 / By
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One thing they forgot to state is that when you go to the emergency room you get billed no matter if you are undocumented, a citizen, or a resident.

I Want To Go To College, But I’m Undocumented

February 7, 2013 / By
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I came into the US when I was about three years old. Throughout my years in elementary, I did very well and throughout middle school I did even better. I was always making my parents proud, and I graduated from the eighth grade with four educational awards and one sportsmanship award. Now I am a sophomore at Golden
Valley High School and I
 am thinking about how I want my future to be. I want to go to college, but how will that help if I can’t work for that profession?

EDITORIAL: The Time Is Now: Ethnic Media Call for Immigration Reform in 2013

January 25, 2013 / By
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Read New America Media's editorial on why Immigration Reform is crucial at this point in time. Also, check out what WE'CED's young people have to say about the issue.