NEW YORK (Reuters) - Jovan Rodriguez plans to go underground if protections for immigrants brought illegally to the United States as children expire, giving up on dreams of a master’s degree and a career in New York’s glittering theater world. (Reuters US News) More
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Posted on 23 January 2018 | 11:08 am | Google News
AP News in Brief at 6:09 am EST
Under the agreement, Democrats provided enough votes to pass the stopgap spending measure keeping the government open until Feb. 8. In return, McConnell agreed to resume negotiations over the future of the dreamers, border security, military spending ...
Posted on 23 January 2018 | 6:03 am | Google News
Congress poised for battle on migration as US settles shutdown
The prospect of a new immigration Bill has fuelled hopes that some form of immigration deal could be secured for Ireland and incorporated into any new legislation. The Government has long argued that Ireland's historic links with the US are not ...
Posted on 23 January 2018 | 1:39 am | Google News
Winners and losers from the government reopening
The big winners are federal employees who can now return to work and the American public who see their elected officials actually working for them. Less fortunate are DACA recipients who remain in limbo as Congress kicked the can down the road until at ...
US shutdown ends: In backing down to Republicans, weak Democrats show they don't deserve return to power
Posted on 22 January 2018 | 1:41 pm | Google News
Undocumented activist fights for her children's right to stay in the US
For thousands of people living in the United States, the immigration debate is not a political issue, but a matter of personal survival. For Antonia Alvarez, it's also a question of what will happen to her children. Alvarez, an undocumented immigrant ...
Posted on 18 January 2018 | 1:01 pm | Google News
Chalkbeat New York
As Washington decides their fate, 'Dreamers' preparing for college are stuck in limbo
Chalkbeat New York
That process, anxiety-provoking even in a normal year, has become incalculably more chaotic this admissions season — even traumatic — as these young undocumented immigrants watch President Trump and lawmakers wrangle over Deferred Action for ...
Posted on 12 January 2018 | 6:13 pm | Google News
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