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‘It Was Either Food and Diapers for My Kids or DACA': Talking to Immigrants Hours Before the DACA Deadline  

MAYWOOD, Ca.—Iván Ceja landed at the Los Angeles International Airport at 11:30 p.m. Sunday night. A friend picked him up and they drove toward the California-Arizona state line to deliver 30 checks that would cover the DACA renewal fees for 30 applicants. At around 4 a.m. on Monday, Ceja met with immigrant rights…

'It's Really Hard to Plan for a Future That Is So Uncertain': a DACA Recipient on What's Next

Last Tuesday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the United States would “wind down” the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which allows people who immigrated to the United States as children temporary legal status in the only country they’ve ever known. Currently, around 790,000 people…

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Border Patrol Makes Clear That Undocumented People Fleeing Hurricane Harvey May Still Be Arrested

As residents of coastal Texas begin packing up and fleeing the potential once-in-a-decade levels of destruction posed by Hurricane Harvey, there is a good chance their exodus from the storm’s path will be impeded by federal Customs and Border Protection agents manning immigration checkpoints along the state’s roads,…