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Crowdsourcing to help DACA recipients renew their status

by David Brancaccio Oct 4, 2017
MacArthur "genius" grant winner Jose Quinonez of Mission Asset Fund in San Francisco talks about his efforts to help DACA recipients renew their permission to stay in the U.S.
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No votes or donations, but DREAMers still play election role

by Kimberly Adams May 27, 2016
Undocumented immigrants have a lot at stake in the election, but can't donate cash.
Carlos Martinez can't vote or donate to campaigns, so he instead focuses on non-partisan voter outreach, encouraging those who can to vote.
Natalí Faxas

Can Zuckerberg's FWD.us help immigration reform?

by Molly Wood Nov 21, 2013
At the DREAMer Hackathon, Silicon Valley joined with undocumented immigrants to try to move immigration reform forward.

Some hail, some hesitate over immigration scheme

by Jeff Tyler Aug 15, 2012
The government’s new Deferred Action plan for younger undocumented immigrants has been welcomed by many but some immigrants hesitate to apply.

A young, undocumented immigrant on the deportation shift

by Sarah Gardner Jun 15, 2012
Twenty-one-year-old Reyna Wences on why she doesn't think the Obama administration's immigration announcement today goes far enough.

Obama eases restrictions on illegal immigrants

by Amy Scott Jun 15, 2012
Under a new policy, many illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children will be able stay in the country and work.

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