Current Events

Tuve que pelear por mi derecho a recibir matrícula de residente por ser hijo de indocumentados

May 20, 2015

Opinion: The U.S. Supreme Court has a moral duty to stand by immigrant families

May 19:

U.S. Plans New Wave Of Immigrant Deportation Raids

May 12, 2016

UC President Napolitano announces multi-year support for undocumented students

May 11, 2016


Here’s A Good Reason For The Fourth Amendment To Apply To Immigration Courts

May 10, 2016


U.S. v. Texas Explainer Video

May 10, 2016


Program offers college scholarships to immigrant students

May 10, 2016


Espera para obtener Visa U pone en peligro a inmigrantes indocumentados

May 9:

‘A way for me to come out of hiding’: Immigrants in U.S. illegally are given a shot to return to their professions

May 8, 2016


UNAM San Antonio podrá otorgar visas de estudiante a alumnos extranjeros

May 6:

ICE confirma deportaciones tras solicitar licencia bajo AB60 en la Costa Central

May 6, 2016


Ensuring Health and Justice: Undocumented Boys and Men of Color

May 6, 2016


California busca reducir deportaciones por delitos menores

May 4, 2016


Two People Died in Immigration Detention This Week

May 4, 2016


Ventura County immigrants may send $150 million back to Mexico a year

April 29, 2016


Medi-Cal set to expand coverage to undocumented children

April 20, 2016


State must ready for deportation relief ruling

April 20, 2016


PHOTOBLOG: Our Favorite Images From Yesterday’s DAPA Rally At The Supreme Court

April 19, 2016



July 27, 2015

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The American Civil Liberties Union announced a settlement in a federal lawsuit filed on behalf of victims of a warrantless raid in Nashville, Tennessee, by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and Metropolitan Nashville Police Department officers. ICE and MNPD agreed to pay $310,000 to settle all claims, and ICE granted the noncitizen plaintiffs deferred action status for seven years.


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