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Nina Souza’s Story


For some immigrants who come to the United States, the process of adaptation is normal and fast. Very quickly, they get used to the culture, weather and food…

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What Lies Beneath the Ferguson’s Unrest


Ferguson Shows Failed US Policy and the Black-White Housing Gap New America Media, News Analysis, Andre F. Shashaty, P On the surface, the unrest in Ferguson, Mo., was about local…

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States across the U.S. are choosing to issue driver’s licenses to the undocumented


Eleven states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver’s license. Illinois and Nevada have already started issuing the documents,…

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As far as migrant kids go, CT mayors agree to keep talking

By:Ana Radelat | CTMIRROR In the last week of July, nearly a dozen Connecticut mayors discussed what they can do to help house thousands of migrant children currently…

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The American Dream Series: Aurora Kuger’s Story


Aurora Krystal is only five months old, but as she grows older and discovers the world around her, she will ask questions to understand how life works. Eventually,…

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CT DMV’s Drive-Only: A Recap of How to Apply


This fall The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will begin the registration process of the Drive-Only license for undocumented immigrants. The driver’s licenses are “for driving purposes only”…

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“Danza!” – A Celebration of Latin Choreographers

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As part of the Newtown Savings Bank Fine Arts & Family Series, Ives Concert Park will host the Connecticut Ballet’s Summer Dance Caravan 2014 on July 25 at…

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Sonia Gonzalez’s Story


It was 1964 when Sonia Gonzalez left Costa Rica with her four children to join her husband, who was living in the United States. The transition was not…

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Immigrant Advocates Call on Obama to expand daca


La Opinión, News Report, Pilar Marrero, Translated by Elena Shore, Posted: Jul 01, 2014

President Barack Obama made it clear that he would take administrative action very soon to fix the immigration system in the absence of a legislative solution in the House of Representatives. Immigrant rights groups are calling on him to take “courageous and meaningful steps.”

Among the steps the president could take, they say, are expanding deferred action (DACA) beyond young undocumented students and reviewing deportation priorities to prevent the removal of those who have lived in the country for years, have U.S.-citizen minor children and have no criminal record.

Leaders of immigrant rights groups outlined these measures to Obama in a recent meeting before he announced that he would implement a series of actions as soon as he receives recommendations from the Secretary of Homeland Security this summer.

What Obama said

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