Border Region

NBC Latino: Hundreds of Groups Press for Temporary Protection for Central Americans

Posted by on Jan 27, 2016

By Suzanne Gamboa At least 270 advocacy and other groups are turning up pressure on the administration to grant temporary protected status for Central American migrants who arrived...

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Immigration Reform

Huffington Post: In An Immigration Debate Focused On Borders And Walls, Asians Often Get Left Out

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016

By Elise Foley Conservative rabble-rouser Ann Coulter unwittingly summed up one misunderstanding about undocumented immigrants in America earlier this week, when she suggested...

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Citizenship

Become a citizen today and VOTE in the 2016 elections.

Posted by on Jan 29, 2016

Don’t Wait Any Longer! Become a citizen today and VOTE in the 2016 elections. We will be providing free assessments on: Friday, February 5 at 6:00 PM and 6:45 PM Thursday,...

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Deferred Action

What’s Next in the Supreme Court Case on Expanded DACA and DAPA?

Posted by on Jan 21, 2016

By Melissa Crow This week, the Supreme Court announced it would hear arguments in United States v. Texas. The highest court will now determine whether the President’s deferred...

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Recent Posts

New Campaign Will Prepare Thousands of San Diegans for Immigration Relief

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San Diego, CA As the Supreme Court prepares to hear and review President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, local leaders are launching a new campaign to prepare San Diego’s diverse immigrant communities for administrative relief and more.

The Ready Now San Diego campaign is providing resources for all of San Diego’s diverse immigrant communities. This includes a new website translatable in many languages with information about immigration assistance and programs currently available to them including Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, citizenship, driver’s licenses for undocumented residents and legal assistance to apply for these programs.

Huffington Post: In An Immigration Debate Focused On Borders And Walls, Asians Often Get Left Out

Jose Antonio Vargas

By Elise Foley

Conservative rabble-rouser Ann Coulter unwittingly summed up one misunderstanding about undocumented immigrants in America earlier this week, when she suggested “we put a few of them on buses.”

Her tweet referenced “that illegal who ‘lives in the shadows’ with his own show on MTV” — presumably referring to journalist and activist Jose Antonio Vargas, who is undocumented and whose film “White People” aired on the network. But Coulter either didn’t know or didn’t care that if Vargas were to be deported, it couldn’t be by bus. He was born in the Philippines.

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