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Do You Believe In Higher Education Access For All?

Sign our petition to demand equal access to higher education for undocumented students.

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Germany Wants To Double Refugee Deportations

According to a government coordinator for migrant issues in Germany, the country should increase the number of deportations of migrants whose asylum applications have been rejected. He specifically recommended doubling last year's deportation numbers.

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Immigration Reform And Supreme Court Brought To A Halt With Potential 4-4 Split

Monday's oral arguments suggest the Supreme Court will split evenly in United States v. Texas, the case that holds the future of President Obama's DAPA and expanded DACA programs in its hands.

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In Shelter, The Perilous, Human Realities Of The Immigration Crisis Take Center Stage

Art can have the benefit of helping otherwise heavy stories hit home for viewers who don’t feel immediately connected to the situation at hand, as with a new CalArts theater production which hopes to soften the vitriol directed at immigrant children who travel hundreds of miles on their own to ...

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Undocumented Students Ask Institutions For Equal Rights

April 7 is National Institutions Coming Out Day, a day dedicated for institutions, both public and private, to come out and start to provide financial aid for undocumented students across the country.

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Study Says Outmoded U.S. Immigration System Poses Security Risk

A recent report shows that U.S. immigration authorities' lack of progress in automating their systems is compromising border security.

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Will Immigrant Kids Finally Get A Fair Day In Court?

With a goal to protect the millions of children who are forced to go through the legal court system alone, two new measures are aiming to stand up for the rights of the powerless and extend proper legal protection to children and other vulnerable immigrants.

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New York Allows DACA Recipients To Apply For Teacher Certification, Among Other Professional Licenses

The state of New York has made a recent decision to arm eligible DACA recipients with the power to obtain teacher certifications from the state Education Department if they succeed in meeting all basic requirements, despite their citizenship status.

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CSUN Builds DREAM Center To Serve Undocumented Students On Campus

California State University, Northridge has worked to establish a support system known as the DREAM Project, to help smooth out the long journey ahead for undocumented students.

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New U.S. Rule Extends Stay For Some Foreign Graduates

The Obama administration has unveiled a new rule that will allow foreign graduates of American universities to work in STEM jobs for an extended number of years.

The Obama administration has unveiled a new rule that will allow foreign graduates of American universities to work in white-collar jobs for an extended number of years.

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Let’s Get Down To Business: Millennials, Minorities, And Immigrant Entrepreneurs

2016 is also bound to be a prosperous year for minority entrepreneurs, especially those of the Millennial generation who have strong interests in starting and owning their own businesses.

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Georgia’s Supreme Court Leaves Undocumented Students In Limbo

Last week, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF) and the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR) filed a lawsuit against the University System of Georgia, challenging the state’s policies that deny in-state tuition to undocumented students.

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Undocumented Immigrants In U.S. Contribute Billions In State And Local Taxes

A new report released by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy (ITEP) says that the country’s undocumented population each year has paid more than $11.64 billion in state and local taxes.

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