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Saga of the Ramirez Family---XI----Headed to the Border With My Memories

When the bus came rolling up to the store, Papi turned to Uncle Antonio, “Right on time.”
We were having so much fun telling old stories about our families, that it seemed like the bus arrived in only five or ten minutes. 517 more words


MICHAEL MCCONNELL: Why Obama’s Immigration Order Was Blocked

Wall Street Journal: The injunction isn’t about prosecutorial discretion. It is about granting illegal aliens benefits not allowed by law.

Late Monday night, a federal district court in Brownsville, Texas, entered an order prohibiting enforcement of the Obama administration’s program granting lawful status to some four million or five million undocumented aliens. 41 more words


No One Should Ever Cross Another Country's Border Illegally----------------In A Perfect World

Why would someone from El Salvador, Honduras, or Guatemala spend between 2,000—10,000 dollars, depending on their U.S. destination, to trek all the way through Mexico in order to get into the U.S. 573 more words


The New Leader Scholarship of the Marin Community Foundation

The New Leader Scholarship of the Marin Community Foundation annually awards scholarships of up to $8,000.

The New Leader Scholarship consists of support for undergraduate students attending one of the five Bay Area public universities. 272 more words


Meet UndocuGrad Norma Torres

Norma Torres was born in Queretaro, Mexico. She immigrated to the United States with her mother when she was nine years old looking for the American Dream. 291 more words


Undocumented Asian Immigrants

Immigration has been one of the most controversial topics in the U.S. Although the country itself is founded and built by immigrants, those historical facts become obsolete whenever the country is unstable. 401 more words


Immigrants are Waiting for Immigration Reform

There seems to be no end in sight for comprehensive immigration reform now that it has been a month into the Republican-controlled Congress. The divide within Republican’s own party appears greater than ever to reach an agreement for immigration reform. 268 more words