Biden administration seeks permanent protection for Dreamers, “who have enriched our communities and our country”
White House says Biden-Harris Administration is committed to providing Dreamers the opportunities and support they need
225 groups demand Democrats protect immigrant youth including 5,000 South Asians in end-of-year package
13 arrested at DC protest; Biden reiterates commitment to defending “Dreamers,” but urges Congress to take action
Even as activists seek a permanent legislative fix, some changes in rules can bring temporary relief to thousands
Incoming Biden administration gave them hope, but a year later activists lament that not much has been done since
Essays conveying how Dreamer status has affected their life and goals must be submitted by Oct. 15
Friday rally in Santa Clara to also support EAGLE Act to phase out green card country caps
However, Texas federal court order prohibits DHS from granting initial DACA and EAD requests
“We must also act quickly in Congress,” says Indian American lawmaker Pramila Jayapal
Thousands of South Asians may benefit if Congress acts on the Indian American VP’s call.
Bill includes provision for “legal dreamers,” aged out children of H-1B and other foreign workers.
Severe impact of Trump’s Covid-19 curbs virtually ended legal immigration.
Proposes path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants, protects DACA.
Search engine giant to push new Biden-Harris administration for comprehensive immigration reform.
USCIS starts accepting new applications under DACA.
Accuses Trump administration of “running out the clock” to avoid implementing DACA.
Holds ‘unlawfully appointed’ acting homeland Security secretary can’t suspend program.
DACA decision temporary measure until next steps are determined.
Unclear whether Trump administration would comply with new ruling after ignoring Supreme Court orders.
Indian American, 32 other senators make demand as USCIS rejects new applicants ignoring top court.
Strong on borders, it will also take care of 700,000 dreamers.
Citizenship in cards for dreamers, but no amnesty.
Can DACA holders bank on Trump’s promise of ‘good things’?
DACA kids, H4 spouses, H-1B techies wish for a happier year.