[Enfoque Los Ángeles] Video: Inmigración en Limbo

Erika Pinheiro, attorney at CARECEN, and Alma Rosa Nieto, immigration attorney explain the potential future plans of programs like DAPA and DACA Continue reading

[Univision] Inmigrantes piden un alto a las deportaciones

Central American children and mothers who have escaped violence and death in their countries, along with activists, go to Washington D.C. to ask the President to stop the deportation raids.  Continue reading

[Voz de America] Líderes sindicales, niños indocumentados y la reforma migratoria

Union leaders, Central American migrants, and activists came together in Washington D.C. to ask for urgent change to US immigration policies.  Continue reading

[Terra] Activistas de EEUU refuerzan su campaña contra deportaciones en año electoral

[Photo Credit: Univision] Organizations defending Central American refugees are strengthening and growing their campaign against deportation raids and urging the US government to grant families Temporary Protected Status (TPS). Continue reading

[Univision] Central sindical de EUA pide detener deportaciones de centroamericanos

Opposition against deportation raids are growing. Activist organizations, unions, representatives, senators, and religious leaders are denouncing the way the Obama administration has handled their immigration policy by deporting Central American refugees back to their countries, and essentially their deaths.  Continue reading

[Terra] Central sindical de EUA pide detener deportaciones de centroamericanos

[Photo Credit: U.S. News] One of the largest unions in the United States, AFL-CIO, joined activist organizations to demonstrate that deportations are not the way to handle Central Americans who are fleeing from violence and death in their countries. They also urge the need for temporary immigration relief.  Continue reading

[Telemundo] Inmigrantes que huyeron violencia cuentan sus historias

In Washington D.C., Central American children and mothers share their stories of experiencing violence and witnessing the murders of their family members at the hands of gangs in their countries. Organizations like AFL-CIO announce their solidarity with the Central American refugees and ask the Obama administration to grant TPS relief until immigration reform is reached.  Continue reading

[Univision] Madres y niños se reúnen para pedir detener las deportaciones

In Washington D.C., Central American children and mothers share their testimonies of experiencing incredible violence and death in their countries at a news conference on February 3, 2016 in hopes to bring awareness and end the deportation raids.  Continue reading

[US News] AFL-CIO Protests Federal Deportations

On February 3, 2016, five Central American children and mothers share their stores of experiencing death and violence in their countries at the AFL-CIO news conference in Washington D.C. to condemn recent federal deportation raids.  Continue reading

[Univision] Con lágrimas en los ojos piden alto a las deportaciones

Univision's Fernando Pizarro reports on the Central American refugee children and mothers who, with tears in their eyes, went to Washington D.C. to plead President Obama so that there be a halt on deportations. Continue reading