Stories tagged: "immigration"


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Her Brother Was Deported 9 Years Ago. She Hasn’t Stopped Fighting Since.

Jessica Rubio is a homeowner, philanthropist, and working on her Master’s degree. And until last week, she was living in fear of being deported.

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DACA Recipients Celebrate Supreme Court Decision

“It was a catalyst to my involvement in activism and politics that eventually led me to where I am. It gave many of us the confidence to fight for more."

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Trump Is Trying to Make It Harder for Torture Victims to Seek Asylum

The newly-proposed rule narrows the categories of people who face persecution based on race, nationality, religion, political opinions, or “social group.”

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The Stain of Arpaio Remains as Sheriff’s Office Accused of Racial Bias

Four undocumented Phoenix residents arrested while protesting police brutality are scheduled for deportation due to Arpaio-era policies.

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From Undocumented To Unafraid, This Woman Used Her Past To Fuel Her Future.

Her path to becoming an immigration attorney began in childhood, with a journey across the Chihuahua Desert into the United States.

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Poll: Economy Now More Important Than Immigration For Arizona Voters

This is the first time immigration has not been among Arizona's top three issues since OHPI began asking the question in early 2016.

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Thousands of DACA Recipients Are Working On the Front Lines To Keep Us Safe From COVID-19

Maria Leon Peña said DACA has allowed her to get a driver’s license, move her family out of a trailer park, and get a job in a career she loves.