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[5 Settembre 2017 | No Comment | ]
Taking American jobs? A Labor Day look at the work immigrants do

by Carla Jean Whitley and Ryan Summerlin
Settembre 5, 2017
Courtesy of Post Independent
She rises every morning in a home she once worked two jobs to keep. Cecilia Rivera bought her south Glenwood Springs house in 2006, two years before the Great Recession took its toll.
Rivera was laid off from her job and returned to cleaning houses — work she’d known for decades. She would sneak in a few hours of rest, and then arrive to her second job at the nearby Wal-Mart.

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[5 Settembre 2017 | No Comment | ]
9 Immigration Organizations To Donate To If You Want To Support DACA Recipients

by Mehreeh Kasana

Settembre 5, 2017
Courtesy of Bustle

The future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (SE) program faces precarity as a recent report published by Politico indicated that Donald Trump may be terminating the vital program in the next few days. Although DACA remains in effect at the moment, thousands upon thousands of undocumented youths’ futures depends on Trump’s official announcement tentatively set for Tuesday. The program constitutes an undeniably cogent framework for immigrants who were brought to the United States when they were children.

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[5 Settembre 2017 | No Comment | ]
From the Director:  Press Release on DACA

by Bill Chandler
Settembre 5, 2017
Oggi, the Trump administration announced that they would rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (SE), a program that has provided temporary deportation relief to almost 800,000 people who came to the U.S. as children.  The Mississippi Immigrants’ Rights Alliance (MIRA) an organization that has worked for immigrant and refugee rights for nearly two decades, condemns the action.

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[8 Agosto 2017 | No Comment | ]
Immigration fight could end a young career

by Daniel Connolly 
Agosto 8, 2017
Courtesy of Commercial Appeal

Alex Ortiz did well in school, finished college, has landed white-collar jobs and is currently enrolled in graduate school. But soon he might lose his legal right to work in the United States.
He has federal work documents through an immigration program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. The Tennessee attorney general and other officials around the country are pressing for an end to the program by September 5.