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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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Immigration Courts Nationwide In Flux

While Congress continues to debate about the future of President Obama's immigration policies, immigration courts around the country are currently struggling with delays due to the influx of migrants from Central America last summer.

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Colorado Pulls Funding On Program That Provided Non-Citizens With Drivers Licenses

A Colorado state program that allows undocumented immigrants to acquire a drivers license is now being stripped of the funding it needs to operate.

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Americans Support Recent Immigration Policies—But Not When Obama’s Name Is Attached To Them

A new survey shows that roughly 76 percent of Americans support President Obama's recent immigration executive actions.

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President Obama Talks Immigration With DREAMers In The Oval Office

President Obama met with six DREAMers in the Oval Office last week to renew his promise and commitment to immigration reform.

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New Poll Shows Dissatisfaction With Immigration Levels Among Americans

A recent Gallup poll illustrated that 6 in 10 Americans are dissatisfied with the levels of immigration into the United States.

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Immigration Hearings To Be Delayed By Nearly Five Years Due To Backlog

In response to the backlog of immigration hearings on the docket, the Justice Department has started sending out notices to thousands of immigrants that their hearing has been pushed back by nearly five years.

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Can Immigration Reform Counteract Stagnant Entrepreneurship?

Since the Great Recession, new businesses have not yet recovered, and immigration may serve as way to counteract stagnant entrepreneurship.

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Free Community College Could Benefit Hispanics More Than Any Other Group

The Pew Research Center recently released a report illustrating that Hispanics who attend college in the United States are more likely than other students to pursue higher education at a public two-year school.

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‘Jane The Virgin’ Defies Stereotypes, Takes A Stand On Immigration Reform

The comedy's January 19 episode, which garnered about 1.4 million viewers after a Golden Globe win, began with a completely ridiculous scenario and ended with one that's all too common for millions in the United States.

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Immigration Initiative Could Benefit 225,000 Undocumented Immigrants In The Chicago Area Alone

As part of the executive actions President Obama passed at the end of 2014, undocumented immigrants around the country can now feel safe from the risk of deportation, including an estimated 225,000 people in the Chicago area.

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House Of Representatives Works To Overturn President’s Immigration Actions

A House bill currently in motion that would halt the President's recent executive actions regarding immigration and and undo initiatives currently in place has received severe backlash from the administration.

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