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Tag Archives: DACA
Even though President-elect Trump has stated that he will end DACA after he is inaugurated on January 20, 2017, nobody knows for sure what will happen with the program next year. Until that time, USCIS is continuing to process DACA … Continue reading
In this NPR story by Emma Jacobs, which aired on Hear and Now, November 20, 2014, she investigates the Berks County Family Shelter for Immigrants. Many families wait here for months or even years for an immigration hearing before a … Continue reading
In a great blog post from October 24, 2013, Patrick Taurel of the American Immigration Council’s Immigration Impact blog writes, “It is past time to clear up an oft-repeated misconception about President Obama’s deportation deferral program called Deferred Action for … Continue reading