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In the month since the President announced the policy to grant Deferred Action to DREAMers, I’ve had the opportunity to meet and work with many extraordinary and inspiring young people.  From the young woman whose family got legal “help” from someone...

Jul 17, 2012
by Allison Posner

The fourth of July. It’s a date that resonates with many of us– young, old, male, female, citizens and immigrants.  It’s a time when  families and communities come together, cook burgers on the grill,  and watch the night sky boom with fireworks as people from across the nation commemorate America’s Independence Day. The fourth of July arguably...

Jun 29, 2012
by McKenzie Roese

World Refugee Day, June 20, has arrived without much fanfare or preparation.  It isn’t holiday; rather, it is a day to recognize the plight of people who are forced from their homes and country due to a fear of persecution or death.  Refugees are like you and me until they are confronted with the terrifying choice to flee and live or stay and...

Jun 20, 2012
by Jeff Chenoweth


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     Driver’s licenses play a critical role in American society and enable us to participate more fully and productively in our communities. Most of us rely on cars to get ourselves and our families to work, school, the hospital, the grocery store, and church.  In addition to facilitating transportation, driver’s licenses enhance public safety...

Jan 31, 2014



1. Can DACA recipients travel abroad? 

Yes, but only if they receive permission from the government. 

Jan 29, 2014

January 16, 2014


The Honorable Jeh Johnson


Department of Homeland Security


The Honorable Alejandro Mayorkas

Deputy Secretary


Jan 28, 2014