Legislation aims to protect children of-long-term visa holders – including H-1B, L-1, E-1, and E-2 workers — from aging out
New rule redefines “lawfully present” to include undocumented immigrants brought to the US illegally as children
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
Bill eases path for 8 million people, including Dreamers, H-1B and long-term visa holders
“Dreamers are part of the fabric of this nation,” says Biden seeking a legal pathway to citizenship
Dreamers join lawmakers on Capitol Hill in support of America’s Children Act
Indian American lawmaker calls on Congress to pass America’s Children Act to protect young immigrants brought to US as kids
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
“We must also act quickly in Congress,” says Indian American lawmaker Pramila Jayapal
Search engine giant to push new Biden-Harris administration for comprehensive immigration reform.
Faster citizenship, automatic green cards for Dreamers on the anvil.
The proposed bill to support Dreamers does not include legal immigrant Dreamers, many of whom are Indians raised in the US.
The Indian American lawmaker says she is “thrilled” by Judge John Bates’ ruling.
“MS-13 recruits through our broken immigration system, violating our borders,” he says.
The legislators accuse the president of “fear mongering” and equating immigrants with terrorists; vow to fight for Dreamers.
The Indian American lawmaker says he will “fight to pass a responsible budget that funds our military, CHIP, and other vital initiatives while protecting Dreamers.”
He called for the President and Congress to come together and pass the bipartisan DREAM Act.
Courageous Indian DACA recipient Chirayu Patel addresses press conference on Capitol Hill urging Congress to legalize ‘Dreamers’
Bill Gates urged the Congress to allow the affected individuals to permanently stay in the country without fear of deportation.
There are an estimated 6,675 Indian American DACA beneficiaries.