Senator Marco Rubio missed the mark on the DREAM Act today when he said that he’d consider offering a path to legal status, but not citizenship, for undocumented students.
A group of DREAM Act advocates this weekend set off on an ambitious cross-country journey to the nation’s capital in order to spur dialogue about undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States.
Sen. Marco Rubio reiterated his opposition to the DREAM Act proposal Wednesday saying it is “the wrong way to do the right thing.”
The call for a military-only DREAM Act poses moral and economic problems, effectively telling undocumented noncitizens that they are only useful for war, not for improving our economy through their hard work.
Jorge Gutiérrez, 27, is undocumented and queer, one of many working to bring LGBT and pro-immigrant groups together.
Everybody knows that dreamers never give up and tomorrow a group of them are launching a week of action to raise awareness about the New York DREAM Act.
An undocumented college student created a simple 3-page guide called, DREAM Act Student Resources: Scholarships and Other Financial Aid, where he gives advice on how DREAMers should pursue their educational goals.
State Rep. Tom Massey, the Republican chairman of the House Education Committee, told a group of Hispanic business leaders Tuesday morning that he plans to support a re-worked bill to provide a reduced rate of college tuition to undocumented students.
The Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations on Tuesday laid out plans not only to oppose more than a dozen GOP immigration bills, but also to push for DREAM Act legislation.
Mitt Romney said Saturday he would support a path to residency - not citizenship - for those who served in the military, but would not support other DREAM Act proposals.
Pacific Coast Conference cross-country champ Ayded Reyes is fighting to stay in the U.S., but a March court hearing will ultimately decide her fate.
The number five immigration story of the year is the trend of “coming out” as undocumented among young people, done as a political act.
Two undocumented student activists from California, Isaac Barrera and Jonathan Pérez, took the journey of their lives and landed in a Louisiana detention facility to draw attention to the disparate treatment immigrants face in the United States.
Among Latinos, 79% support government financial aid for illegal immigrants who attend state universities, compared with 30% of whites. And 49% of all respondents say UC and Cal State campuses are not very affordable or are unaffordable.