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Border children rarely have a happy ending
Lack of understanding their legal rights causes more despair.
Aged out and undocumented
With current immigration legislation looming in Congress, Nesbitt and Crichlow continue their push for the rights of the children of recruited professionals and their right to documentation.
Advice columnist for the undocumented
In October 2010, Angy Rivera created Ask Angy, the first and only advice column for undocumented youth.
No Dream Act in NY budget
The bill’s failure stemmed from a discrepancy between the state’s two legislative bodies, the assembly and the senate.
Undocumented youth use the Internet and social media for info and support
The benefits of an online community goes beyond the practical, there's a huge emotional component as well.
GOP Primary: “DREAMers” mobilize Latino vote
Latinos launched “Su Voz, Mi Voto” campaign to get voters to the polls.
A proposed law may help NY undocumented students pay college tuition
Under the plan applicants could earn up to $5,000 per person per year for college.
Rebuilding Detroit: Latino businesses feel the sting of increased border patrol
Stories of border patrol officers picking up illegal immigrants from stores and restaurants have become increasingly common—and businesses are starting to feel the impact.
“Dream Act kid” in fight against deportation
Nadia Habib, an undocumented college student, raised in America, can be deported at any time.
Undocumented youth push for state bill similar to DREAM Act
After the U.S. Senate shot down the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act or "DREAM Act," members of the New York State Youth Leadership Council are pushing for a similar bill in the state legislature.