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DREAM Webisode: Deportation Day

DREAM Webisode: Deportation Day

AI Justice Team April 24, 2013 Comments Off

  Aldo Bello, as the filmmaker of DREAM: An American Story, spent the last four years filming Juan Gomez and his struggle to remain in the only country he has ever known. He has

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DREAM Webisode: Friends to the Rescue

DREAM Webisode: Friends to the Rescue

AI Justice Team April 24, 2013 Comments Off

  Aldo Bello, as the filmmaker of DREAM: An American Story, spent the last four years filming Juan Gomez and his struggle to remain in the only country he has ever known. He has

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DREAM Webisode: The Final Goodbyes

DREAM Webisode: The Final Goodbyes

AI Justice Team April 24, 2013 Comments Off

  Aldo Bello, as the filmmaker of DREAM: An American Story, spent the last four years filming Juan Gomez and his struggle to remain in the only country he has ever known. He has

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DREAM Webisode: The Trail of Dreams

DREAM Webisode: The Trail of Dreams

AI Justice Team April 24, 2013 Comments Off

  Aldo Bello, as the filmmaker of DREAM: An American Story, spent the last four years filming Juan Gomez and his struggle to remain in the only country he has ever known. He has

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DREAM Webisode: The “Lame Duck” Vote

DREAM Webisode: The “Lame Duck” Vote

AI Justice Team April 24, 2013 Comments Off

  Aldo Bello, as the filmmaker of DREAM: An American Story, spent the last four years filming Juan Gomez and his struggle to remain in the only country he has ever known. He has

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Americans for Immigrant Justice Dinner Documentary March 7, 2013

Americans for Immigrant Justice Dinner Documentary March 7, 2013

admin March 8, 2013 Comments Off

This documentary, by director Oscar Corral, featuring the work of Americans for Immigrant Justice, was premiered on March 7, 2013 at AI Justice’s 17th Annual Dinner, Dare to Dream. The documentary recounts some of

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One Nation Subsidized. How Big Government Underwrites Your Life

One Nation Subsidized. How Big Government Underwrites Your Life

admin September 11, 2012 Comments Off

How the U.S. Government Helps AI Justice Help Vulnerable Children See below an excerpt from Time Magazine’s Sept 17, 2012 cover story, which mentions AI Justice Attorney Cristina Dominguez: One thing my family gets

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Young immigrants can avoid deportation under new U.S. program

Young immigrants can avoid deportation under new U.S. program

admin August 15, 2012 Comments Off

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/08/15/us-usa-immigration-dreamers-idUSBRE87E0NK20120815 By David Adams MIAMI (Reuters) – Marlon Morraz, 19, an undocumented immigrant from Nicaragua, wasted no time to sign up for temporary legal status in the United States under the Obama administration’s relaxed

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What do you think of the President’s plan to put a hold on deportation of undocumented children of immigrants, and how will it impact Florida?

What do you think of the President’s plan to put a hold on deportation of undocumented children of immigrants, and how will it impact Florida?

admin July 9, 2012 Comments Off

Just a few weeks ago, the conventional political wisdom was that another year would go by without any type of relief for DREAMers, young undocumented immigrants who have been raised in the United States.

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A New Day for DREAMers

A New Day for DREAMers

admin June 20, 2012 Comments Off

What a difference a day made for undocumented youth who so long have feared deportation. President Obama’s offer of provisional legal status is a life-changer for countless youth who may someday attain permanent legal

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