Rallies Planned At California State Capitol, Davis As DACA Goes Before Supreme CourtThe immigration debate will be front and center on Tuesday as the Supreme Court hears arguments challenging how the Trump Administration ended “DACA.”
CSUs To Offer Immigration Legal Services To Students, Staff And FacultyThe California State University Chancellor’s Office announced Wednesday it will provide immigration legal services to students, staff and faculty at Sacramento and Stanislaus State Universities.
Trump Rejects Immigration CompromisePresident Donald Trump on Friday morning delivered a potentially fatal blow to a compromise immigration bill under development in the House.
A Deported Veteran Just Became A US Citizen
Trump Says 'Our Country Is Being Stolen' Due To Illegal ImmigrationPresident Donald Trump said Monday that "our country is being stolen" due to an influx of illegal immigration, blaming Democrats for weak border protection policies.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Trump Bid To End DACA ProgramThe move will also lessen pressure on Congress to act on a permanent solution for DACA and its roughly 700,000 participants.
Fewer California Immigrant Students Seek College AssistanceThere's been a significant drop in applications for college financial aid by California students who are in the country illegally after being brought to the U.S. as young children.
GOP Lawmaker Asks Capitol Police To Arrest Undocumented Immigrants At SOTURep. Paul Gosar said he requested that US Capitol Police arrest undocumented immigrants attending President Donald Trump's State of the Union address on Tuesday.
Reality Sets In That DACA Deal Might Not Get DoneStakeholders working toward a deal on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, likely including border security, are not giving up hope.
White House Proposes Path To Citizenship For 1.8 Million PeopleIn return, the White House would like to see a $25 billion investment in a trust for border infrastructure and technology.
America's Biggest Businesses Are Standing By Their Dreamer EmployeesIf Congress fails to act, an average of 915 DACA holders will lose their ability to work and their protection from deportation every day from March 6 to March 20.