Nyamal Tutdeal has an interminable energy to create good and motivate others. A former refugee from South Sudan and graduate of the LIRS World Refugee Day Academy, Nyamal works for the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska... more
The Department of Homeland Security has successfully been funded for the remainder of the fiscal year. However, the fates of the Deferred Action for Child Arrivals (DACA) expansion and Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) are uncertain.
Immigrant Mom Writes About Her Wait for... more
Yesterday, the House of Representatives approved Department of Homeland Security funding through September. However, immigrants are still in jeapordy due to a recent Texas ruling halting November's Executive Actions. Millions of DREAMers, children eligible for Deferred Action for Child... more
We recently wrote about how the Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security of the House of Representative’s Judiciary Committee was preparing to debate four pieces of legislation that would strip protections for migrant children traveling alone, harm vulnerable newcomers and the communities... more
This week our feature is about FORAI – Friends of Refugees and Immigrants – a non-profit that provides training and mentorship for refugee women in St. Louis, MO. The participants create handcrafted items to provide supplemental income for their families and move toward starting their own... more
The recent ruling in Texas that delays the roll-out of the President's Executive Actions and the funding battle over the Department of Homeland Security force many migrants and Americans alike to live in uncertainty amidst all this uncertainty. Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Immigration. I’ll... more
President Obama held a town hall meeting last night on immigration. He discussed how despite the recent court ruling striking down his Executive Orders, he is committed to fighting for the millions of migrants who call America home, and for all who seek the opportunity that this country... more