Stories tagged: "daca"


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Freeze on DACA Approvals Leaves Thousands of Arizona Migrants in Limbo

There are an estimated 22,000 DACA-eligible residents without coverage in Arizona, a state where undocumented individuals cannot get a professional license, among other disadvantages.

Grecia Cubillas graduating from Arizona State University. (Photo courtesy of Grecia Cubillas)
​​An ASU Scholarship Allowed This Student to Pursue College in the US. It Changed Her Life.

Grecia Cubillas, a 2023 Arizona State University graduate, originally intended to move back to Mexico after she graduated from her Tucson high school in 2019.

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Senators Re-Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Give Dreamers a Pathway to Citizenship

"We are encouraged by the bipartisan renewal effort by Sen. Durbin and Sen. Graham to legalize Dreamers."

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Arizona Advocates Win National Recognition For Work On Proposition 308

UnidosUS honored Aliento for its years of work that led to the passage last fall of Proposition 308, which grants undocumented students in Arizona the rights to in-state tuition, financial aid and other benefits that had been stripped away by voters in 2006.

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‘We Showed Them What We’re About’: NAU’s Grijalva, Nur Compete in Track World Championships

The Guatemalan and NAU alumni ran a season-best 13:10.44 to finish fourth – the best finish for Guatemala in any event in the history of the World Championships.

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Supreme Court Rules Against Biden’s Deportation Policies. Here’s Why That’s Dangerous.

"We're seeing that the Supreme Court is still more aligned with items that President Trump wanted to execute."