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House votes to block funding for immigration executive action

Today the House of Representatives voted to fund the Department of Homeland Security with measures that block protections for undocumented immigrants. According to USA Today: "House...

Latino support for President Obama up, and majority of Americans still...

The Pew Research Center for the People and the Press released some new data today from a recently conducted survey that shows a mixed...

House GOP votes on Enforce the Law Act, signaling tough stance...

On Wednesday, the House GOP passed a bill that goes after President Obama's alleged overreach on issues ranging from Obamacare to education, but notably...

Deferred Action: over 500,000 DREAMers have applied

Originally published by VOXXI as "One year in, a look at Dreamers who've applied for deferred action" BY GRISELDA NEVAREZ One year after undocumented youth began...

Amendment to Deport DREAMers Passes in House

Today the House of Representatives voted on an amendment by Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program....

DREAMers in Mexico: Former Immigrants Struggle in their Home Country

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE They call themselves “DREAMers,” a group of young undocumented immigrants who fight for a right to college education, military service, and a chance for...

Immigration update: deferred action, immigration reform and tech, & more

Check out this week's immigration related happenings in the video below:

Administration Makes Immigration Rule Change to Support Family Unification

On Wednesday, the Department of Homeland Security announced a policy change that reduces the time that US citizens are separated from immediate family members...

Dream Act: Jose Quintero, Among First Deferred Action Recipients, Speaks Out

This interview was first published on OurTiempo.com. The Obama administration's deferred action directive has already granted over 4,000 young undocumented immigrants temporary permission to...

5 Ways Romney and Obama Failed to Connect with Latino Voters

In last night’s presidential debate Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and incumbent President Barack Obama was quite different than the first one. CNN’s Candy...