Immigration Law: Glancing At History

Immigration Law: Glancing At History

President Donald Trump’s dedication to enacting a travel ban was finally approved by the Supreme Court on June 26 after the administration’s third revision of the policy finally passed in a 5-4 vote. It may appear that America is in a new era of immigration law, but U.S. presidents have always teetered back and forth […]

 

Immigration: New Report Claims ICE is Becoming More Intrusive

Immigration: New Report Claims ICE is Becoming More Intrusive

In the corner of Snyder Avenue and 8th street in South Philadelphia, Juntos, a local grassroots organization, held a meeting regarding information that angered the local immigration community. A recent report by The National Day Laborer Organizing Network suggests that the U.S. Immigration Custom Enforcement are becoming more aggressive as the Obama administration continues to […]

 

Immigration: Organization Fed Up with Government Delay on Reform

Immigration: Organization Fed Up with Government Delay on Reform

During a sunny afternoon at the White House on June 30, President Barack Obama stood at the podium in the Rose Garden and gave a descriptive argument in front of the media about his immigration bill, blaming the Republican Party from the U.S. House of Representatives for the lack of support. Months later, when it appeared the president would delay […]

 By Christie Francis and Stephanie Klock

Al Dia: Fight Raises Mental Health Awareness Among Undocumented

Al Dia: Fight Raises Mental Health Awareness Among Undocumented

Yanelli Hernandez, 22, faced the threat of deportation with the support of a loyal group behind her. However, even with the efforts of DreamActivists like Fernanda Marroquin, of Wyndmoor, Pa., who fought to draw national attention to her story, she lost her case and was forced to return to Mexico on Jan. 31. Since her […]