Vietnam War veteran fears he could be deported

Vietnam War veteran fears he could be deported

Victor Landa July 7, 2017

*This Vietnam veteran, born in Mexico, was awarded two Purple Hearts and given U.S. citizenship after his service. He’s misplaced his documents and after paying $345 the government wants more […]

Citizenship with a Side of Adobo

NewsTaco September 21, 2016

*Because food is culture and identity. VL By Rob Bonta, California Assemblymember, New America Media (4.5 minute read) I learned what it means to be a U.S. citizen at the family […]

Celebrating Immigrants’ Contributions on Constitution Week

NewsTaco September 16, 2015

*So in the middle of “Hispanic Heritage Month” we have Constitution Day and Constitution Week, when we’d do good to remember that citizenship, as the article says, “is a matter […]

Children of Immigrants Denied Citizenship

NewsTaco July 14, 2015

*The more attention this issue gets, the better. The problem of questionable documentation has long been a problem, to varying degrees, along the border. But it goes beyond being a […]

Millions of Legal Immigrants Skipping U.S. Citizenship

NewsTaco May 5, 2014

By Lori Abbott, Public News Service Many legal immigrants in California and across the country are not pursuing citizenship. Even though more than 8 million nationwide are eligible to apply, many […]

Children Of Immigrants Unaware They’re Already U.S. Citizens

August 15, 2013

By EFE/Fox News Latino A large number of Latinos do not know that they are already U.S. citizens and, after living for years as undocumented, discover this fact when they […]

Rallies Nationwide Today Against Border Militarization

July 17, 2013

By John Michaelson, Public News Service AUSTIN, Texas – Rallies are planned in some Texas cities and across the nation today, in a national day of action against the proposed […]