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[24 Noviembre 2014 | No hay Comentarios | ]
New Deferred Action Program Info (incluye anuncio español)

Noviembre 24, 2014
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On November 20, 2014 President Obama announced his expanded deferred action plan that will allow undocumented parents of U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents to seek deferred action or prosecutorial discretion status.  The plan also expands the deferred action for childhood arrivals program to those 31 years old or above.  If you are eligible for either one of these new programs, you will not be able to apply for them until 2015. There are no forms yet on which to

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[13 Noviembre 2014 | No hay Comentarios | ]
Critical Funds Needed to Engage 2015 Legislative Session

Noviembre 11, 2014
Mississippi is flush with some of the very worst legislators for immigrant rights. We know that the fight over immigration is going to get ugly in 2015, and we desperately need your financial support to help us defend and expand immigrant rights. 
Each year, we gather together with immigrants, friendly legislators, social justice and workers rights activists, and religious & community leaders for a Civic Engagement Day at the Mississippi state Capitol. It’s a time when we can make a public demonstration of the need for immigration reform, y …

Recaudación de fondos, Titular, Noticias de Inmigración, legislativo »

[11 Noviembre 2014 | No hay Comentarios | ]
Midterm Election Results Dangerous for Immigrants

Noviembre 11, 2014
Immigration was a hot issue during recent midterm elections, but only in a disastrous way. Despite the tremendous need for reform of our immigration policies and much discussion of overhaul over the past couple of years, candidates used the immigration issue to churn up fear among voters. Republicans pandered to the fears and anger of anti-immigrant groups in order to gain votes. Worse still, we didn’t see any Democrats standing up to the challenge or promising to address the humanitarian crisis at our borders.
One of the big concerns