By Megan Walsh
Mi primer voto será para…
La Noticia conversó con algunos jóvenes latinos quienes este año ejercerán por primera vez el derecho a votar.
“I consider myself an American, no matter what.”
Daniela Pelaez, who came to the United State at age 4, was denied permanent residency on Monday and a judge issued an order for her to depart the country. Now 18, she is slated to be the valedictorian of her school.
Staying Put but Still in the Shadows
Despite harsh laws implemented in Arizona, Georgia, and Alabama, undocumented immigrants remain in the United States. The Center for American Progress released a report that explains why so many choose to stay.
To Build the American Dream 2.0, Start With Reforming U.S. Immigration Laws
Many immigrant entrepreneurs seek the United States as a destination to start their business, but current US visa policies make it difficult for the foreign-born to set up shop. By creating these restrictive policies, we as a country are losing our competitive edge and opportunities for innovation.
Kris Kobach, Nativist Son
The legal mastermind behind the wave of anti-immigration laws sweeping the country.
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