5 Cosas Que Necesitas Saber Sobre DACA Ahora Mismo

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ShareTweet 1. Hoy, la Corte Suprema decidió abordar el caso DACA el próximo período. La Corte Suprema escuchará el caso el 12 de noviembre de 2019 y decidirá sobre el futuro de DACA en enero-junio de 2020. Una decisión final sobre DACA de la Corte Suprema podría llegar a más tardar en junio de 2020. Estén atentos para los próximos …

Top 5 Things You Need to Know About DACA Right Now

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15SHARESShareTweet 1. The Supreme Court decided to take up the DACA case next term. The Supreme Court will hear the case on November 12, 2019 and decide on the future of DACA in January-June 2020. A final decision on DACA from the Supreme Court could come at the latest by June 2020. Stay tuned for the next steps on how …

A New Milestone in Our Fight for Liberation

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ShareTweet This past Tuesday, you and I passed the Dream and Promise Act in the House of Representatives. You, me and all the other UWD members. We created this moment. As we fight to end ICE and CBP as we know them, stop deportations and build local power, passing the Dream and Promise Act through the House of Representatives this …

DACA Update: Top 5 Things to Know About DACA Renewals

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164SHARESShareTweet On November 5, 2018, the Trump administration asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review orders from three U.S. district courts that require U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to accept DACA renewal applications. The Supreme Court could decide as early as mid-January 2019 whether it will hear the three DACA related cases. Nevertheless, the three district court orders remain …

Ending DACA Would Have Wide-Ranging Effects but Immigrant Youth are Fired Up and Politically Engaged

Tom K. Wong, Sanaa Abrar, Tom Jawetz, Ignacia Rodriguez Kmec, Patrick O’Shea, Greisa Martinez Rosas, and Philip E. Wolgin DACA, Dream Act, Research, Tools

136SHARESShareTweet Since it was first announced on June 15, 2012, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy has provided work authorization and temporary relief from deportation to approximately 822,000 undocumented young people across the United States. From July 16 to August 7, 2018, Tom K. Wong of the University of California, San Diego; United We Dream; the National Immigration …

3 things to know about #WhereAreTheChildren

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157SHARESShareTweet Hundreds of children and families everywhere are victims to Trump’s deportation force: ICE and CBP. They are responsible for the deportation and separation of thousands of families everyday. The hashtag #WhereAreTheChildren gained attention after a recent report showed nearly 1,500 unaccompanied children are unaccounted for*. However, many of these kids may be with families seeking to stay together and …

For DACA recipient who needs support

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3314SHARESShareTweet Before you get started, check out this link: https://homeishere.us/december-4-2020-new-york-federal-court-order-restores-daca-to-its-pre-september-5-2017-version/ I need help paying my DACA renewal fees — how can the DACA Renewal Fund help? Numerous organizations across the country are providing DACA assistance. Please find that list below and reach out to them for support. If you’re state is not listed below, you may request funds from UWD DACA Application Fund …