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As immigration deadline looms, DACA recipients and employers find themselves in a difficult situation

by Jana Kasperkevic Feb 1, 2018
If DACA were to end, an average of 30,383 recipients would see their work authorization expire every month.
DACA recipient and appliance repair business owner Erick Marquez holds a sign during a protest in support of DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) which provides protection from deportation for young immigrants brought into the U.S. by their parents.
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With DACA's future uncertain, one young recipient pushes ahead with his business dreams

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Sep 8, 2017
On the verge of opening his own cafe, Anthoa Munoz's future now teeters on the brink of the unknown.
Anthoa Munoz was 17 years old when he learned that he wasn't born in United States. Now the 25-year-old is working under protections from the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He's in the process of opening his own cafe.
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Does the U.S. need more immigrant workers?

by Mitchell Hartman Jul 9, 2015
Some U.S. employers say more legal immigrants would help.

How U.S. immigration law compares to other countries

by Jeff Horwich Jun 26, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down much of Arizona's undocumented immigration law, but it upheld the so-called 'show me your papers' provision. How does the rest of the world handle immigration?

Undocumented in Los Angeles weigh immigration ruling

by Jeff Tyler Jun 25, 2012
After the Supreme Court’s ruling on Arizona’s immigration laws, some undocumented workers say they would go to the state. Others would not.

Decisions on students, health care and immigration pending

by Jeremy Hobson Jun 25, 2012
A decision is expected from the Supreme Court on President Obama's health care overhaul, which is sure to have big economic implications however it is decided -- but there are some other high stakes battles going on.

How immigration ruling affects Arizona's economy

by Marketplace Contributor Jun 25, 2012
The Supreme Court struck down many provisions of Arizona's SB1070. Workers, employers and police try to determine what comes next.

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States mull economic effects of immigration laws

by Jeff Tyler Apr 24, 2012
U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether states like Arizona may implement their own tough immigration laws, as some debate the laws' economic impact.

Alabama revamps tough immigration law

by Jeff Tyler Apr 6, 2012
State legislators may ease restrictions on employers and tighten enforcement on undocumented immigrants.

A new civil rights march in Alabama this week

by Jeff Tyler Mar 5, 2012
African-Americans and Latino activists march this week from Selma to Montgomery to protest voter ID laws and Alabama’s new immigration measures.