Vanessa Esparza-López, a supervising attorney with the National Immigrant Justice Center’s Immigrant Legal Defense Project, explains how the Supreme Court’s ruling will impact DACA recipients.
For Mexican immigrant Selina Armenta, today’s Supreme Court decision on DACA means that her life can remain stable a little longer.
La Corte Suprema rechazó el término de DACA por parte del presidente Trump hoy. La póliza ha permitido a más de 825,000 inmigrantes trabajar e ir a la escuela en los Estados Unidos desde 2012.
The Supreme Court rejected President Trump’s termination of DACA today. The policy has allowed over 825,000 immigrants to work and go to school in the United States since 2012.
Trump promised that information from DACA applications would not be sent to deportation agents. But internal emails show that ICE can access databases where that information is kept — and DHS decided not to tell Congress.
After ICE detained Jesus Alberto “Beto” Lopez Gutierrez on his drive home from camping, his family has banded together to challenge his detention and deportation.
Two Chicago DACA recipients tell Borderless just what’s at stake with the case challenging temporary relief for young immigrants
Tania Unzueta is a fierce advocate for the rights of undocumented immigrants around the country.
Jimena Martinez migrated to the United States with her parents and two siblings when she was five years old.
In April, President Donald Trump pledged not to deport undocumented immigrants with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status — aka “Dreamers” — telling the more than 875,000 people brought to the U.S. illegally as children that they should “rest easy.”