A new report says only 57 per cent of potential DACA applicants meet both age and educational requirements.
In this edition of News Picks, Homeland Security approves the first batch of deferred action applicants and Los Angeles considers turning library cards into valid IDs for the undocumented.
Today is the beginning of deferred action and DREAMers are taking to Twitter and blogs to share information and voice their opinions. We show you how to join them.
In the run up to the “deferred action” program, undocumented youth are figuring out how to navigate the process.
To mark the start of Deferred Action Fi2W looks at “how we got here” – including a photo gallery with links to our coverage of the DREAM Act. Take a look.
On August 15th, young undocumented immigrants can apply to stay in the US legally. Feet in 2 Worlds asked immigration attorneys “what do people need to know before applying?”
Former Fi2W editor Von Diaz reports on WNYC.
Frustrated with the deadlock in Washington over immigration reform, young immigrant activists are starting to distance themselves from the core goals of the DREAMer movement.
There’s a big job waiting for community based organizations after Congress acts to legalize undocumented immigrants. Columnist Erwin de Leon says they better be ready.
Von Diaz reports for Colorlines on the experiences of three young immigrants and the deferred action program.