Posts Tagged as "DAPA"

Lo Que Usted Debe Saber Sobre el Voto Del Tribunal Supremo Acerca DAPA y DACA

June 24, 2016 / By
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[Translate] (Imagen: Gerardo Romo / El Diario) Nota de la Editora: Esta mañana, el Tribunal Supremo anunció que alcanzó una votación dividida 4-4 en el caso de inmigración de Estados Unidos v Texas, que se dirigió a la DAPA (Acción Diferida para los padres de los estadounidenses y residentes permanentes legales) y se expandió DACA (Acción Diferida.

What You Should Know About the Supreme Court’s Ruling on DAPA and DACA

June 24, 2016 / By
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[Translate] (Image: Gerardo Romo / El Diario) Editor’s Note: This morning, the Supreme Court announced it reached a 4-4 split vote on the immigration case United States v.

Immigrants Encouraged to ‘Take Action’ — Apply for DACA, Get Ready for DAPA

March 9, 2016 / By
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[Translate] New America Media, News Report, Text: Elena Shore / Video: Michael Lozano, Posted: Mar 08, 2016 Pictured above: Joyce Noche, directing attorney at the Public Law Center, said immigrants should seek out trusted service providers to see if they are eligible for the current DACA program or other forms of administrative relief.

Immigrant Rights Leaders Say This Is the Time to Act

November 16, 2015 / By
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[Translate] New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Posted: Nov 12, 2015 Pictured above: Odette Keeley of New America Media, Sally Kinoshita of Immigrant Legal Resource Center, Juan Ortiz of International Institute of the Bay Area, Dayanna Carlos of The California Endowment and Annette Wong of Chinese for Affirmative Action discuss the federal court decision and what families can do now.

Does DACA Make You More Dateable?

October 26, 2015 / By
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[Translate]   New America Media / Long Beach VoiceWaves, News Feature, Michael Lozano, Posted: Oct 06, 2015 LONG BEACH, Calif.

On This DACA Anniversary, Invest in Immigrants

June 22, 2015 / By
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[Translate] New America Media, Commentary, Ju Hong, Posted: Jun 15, 2015 As I listened to President Obama’s announcement for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals(DACA) in 2012, in that moment I could see the culmination of all the courageous organizing efforts of fellow advocates who pressed our president to provide relief from deportations and advance the inclusion of immigrants, in order to make DACA possible across the country.