Posts Tagged as "Daca"

Visions of Long Beach’s Sanctuary City

Mar. 13, 2018 / By
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City council is set to vote on immigrant protections today. Here, Long Beach immigrant families share their ideal vision of a sanctuary city.

The DACA Deadline: Four Things You Need to Know

Oct. 3, 2017 / By
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For those with DACA, here is some information that may ease some insecurities.

No, Long Beach Did Not Become a Sanctuary City for Immigrants. Not Yet.

Sep. 22, 2017 / By and
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We take a look at what really happened this week at City Council and compare the Long Beach Values Act to the statewide immigration bill awaiting Gov. Brown’s signature.

DACA Advice – What Recipients Can Do Now

Sep. 5, 2017 / By
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Ready California advises DACA recipients on what they can do now

To Trump from Long Beach — Don’t Take My DACA!

Aug. 28, 2017 / By
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DACA has helped this CSULB immigrant access college and better pay and wants to make sure Trump doesn't put it to a halt.

How Safe Are DACA Recipients?

Apr. 3, 2017 / By
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The recent detention of several DACA recipients has raised questions about their protections. Here are some clarifications.

Según estudio, eliminar DACA dejaría un hueco en la economía

Feb. 10, 2017 / By
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Los Dreamers están preocupados de que el presidente Trump cumpla su promesa de eliminar DACA. Esto, no solo afectaría a inmigrantes pero también a la economía del país.

Eliminating DACA Would Leave Hole in Economy, Study Says

Feb. 2, 2017 / By
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Immigrant families worry Trump may repeal a protective policy. But the economy may be at stake, too.

With DACA, CSULB Dreamer Returns from Mexico and with More Doors Open

Sep. 22, 2016 / By
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We update our profile of Jose Salazar, a former CSULB student body president and Dreamer who just returned from an emotional trip back home to Mexico.

Underrepresented, AAPI’s Urged to Sign Up for Immigration Relief

Aug. 29, 2016 / By and
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DACA is changing the lives of many undocumented immigrants -- including those who are Asian Americans or Pacific Islanders.

DACA Opens Doors for Former Student Body Prez at CSULB

Jul. 25, 2016 / By
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As CSULB's first undocumented student body president, Jose Salazar was never paid for his work. But DACA is getting him better jobs and a chance to reunite with family in Mexico.

LB Program Helps Dreamers Study Abroad, Reunite Family

Jul. 19, 2016 / By
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Cal State Long Beach professor Armando Vazquez-Ramos decided to take a couple of his undocumented students with DACA status to Mexico to reconnect with their roots and place of origin.