With deportation relief at stake, South’s Latinos could swing presidential race

With deportation relief at stake, South’s Latinos could swing presidential race

NewsTaco July 1, 2016

*Fear in politics cuts both ways. The next president will nominate a ninth justice of the Supreme Court, determine the future of deferred action programs and deportation raids, and have […]

Who is gaining the most from Obama’s deferred action program for undocumented adults?

NewsTaco June 10, 2015

*Contrary to what critics have been saying, it’s not as if opening the doors to legalization through DACA was going to let in a flood of immigrants. The choice to […]

Latinos in the 113th Congress

January 29, 2013

By Silvia Manzano, Latinovations The 113th Congress includes a record number of thirty-eight Latinos elected officials. These notable numbers have both policy and political implications for the future of Latino […]

Deferred Action Applications Increase after Election

November 27, 2012

By Latinovations With President Obama re-elected into office and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) secure, there has been an increase of interest and applications from undocumented students. “I’ve seen an […]

Obama Reelection Could Lead to Spike in Deportation Deferrals

October 1, 2012

By Peter Malof, Public News Service EL PASO, Texas – The Obama administration’s new Deferred Action program gives young undocumented immigrants temporary permission to live and work in the United States, […]

Deferred Action Leaves Some Behind and in Limbo

September 23, 2012

By Beth Caldwell and Joel Medina, New America Media When she heard about President Obama’s announcement about offering temporary immigration relief to undocumented immigrant youth who came to the United States […]

Giving Driver’s Licenses To The Undocumented

August 21, 2012

By Hector Luis Alamo, Jr., Being Latino President Obama would like to make life a bit easier for a small portion of the millions of undocumented immigrants leading clandestine lives […]