LULAC Concerned with Reports of Trump’s Deportation Police Rounding up Latino Families

Photo Diario de NY WASHINGTON, DC – Recent reports indicate that in the last 48 hours, a surge in deportations conducted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials have resulted in the detainment of numerous individuals, including those designated as “low priority” for deportation, pursuant to the Obama Administration’s priorities for removal. In response, LULAC… Leer más LULAC Concerned with Reports of Trump’s Deportation Police Rounding up Latino Families

LULAC Commends Senators for Introducing BRIDGE Act to Protect DACA Recipients

Foto: Immigration Impact WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Senate Minority Whip Richard J. Durbin(D-IL) and Senator Lindsey Graham(R-SC) introduced the BRIDGE Act, the Bar Removal of Immigrants Who Dream and Grow the Economy Act. The bill would provide three years of protection to individuals who came to United States as children. In response, LULAC National President,… Leer más LULAC Commends Senators for Introducing BRIDGE Act to Protect DACA Recipients

Mensaje del Presidente Nacional de LULAC, Roger C. Rocha, Jr.

Foto: Roger C. Rocha, Jr. Presidente Nacional de LULAC Estimados miembros de LULAC, En primer lugar, permítanme empezar felicitando a todos por un trabajo sobresaliente que hicieron al obtener la votación. Comenzamos por convertir un número sin precedentes de latinos para ir a participar en los caucuses de Iowa y concluyó con ser parte de un… Leer más Mensaje del Presidente Nacional de LULAC, Roger C. Rocha, Jr.

Legal Protections Must be Extended to Refugee Children of Central America

  WASHINGTON, D.C. – According to recent federal statistics, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement issued deportation orders to over 7,700 children without giving any of those children the benefit of counsel or even the opportunity to appear in court and state their case. In the fall of 2013, an unprecedented number of children fled El… Leer más Legal Protections Must be Extended to Refugee Children of Central America