Tuesday, November 21, 2017 | Updated at 8:42 PM ET

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A who's who list of leaders from California are urging the Supreme Court to uphold President Obama's executive order offering temporary relief to as many as 5 million illegal immigrants when the case goes before the court later this year.

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The Supreme Court has set April 18 as the day the court will hear the case stemming from President Obama's executive orders on immigration.

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A new survey finds roughly 50 percent of all undocumented workers currently pay income taxes, with many of them paying out a higher tax percentage than billionaire Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump and many of the nation's other top earners.

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The campaigns and supports of Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are preparing to engage Latinos and immigrants supporters as Nevada caucus weekend approaches.

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The students at Loyola University Chicago are making it easier for undocumented immigrants to receive higher education through a new scholarship.

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César Vargas, a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, was finally sworn as a lawyer in New York after a lengthy court battle.

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Finding money to pay for college is a daunting task, but for undocumented Dreamers with aspirations of getting a college education, the landscape can be even more bewildering. One Dreamer, Sarahi Espinoza Salamanca, says she's working on an app for that, thanks to her own overwhelming experience with the financial side of college.

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The California DREAM Loan Program made $5 million available to help provide financial assistance to more than 3,000 undocumented students at the University of California.

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Georgia recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) have called for the same entitlements as U.S.-born Georgia residents in regards to in-state college tuition.

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton launched a new campaign advertisement about immigration reform, but the timing and response has been questioned by critics.

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich recently disappointed DREAMers with the decision to appeal a judge's ruling that grants in-state tuition to eligible DACA recipients. Nonetheless, advocacy groups insist that DREAMers register for school.

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Nebraskan Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients are now allowed to apply for the state's driver's license despite the governor's opposition.

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a Democratic Party presidential candidate, spoke about her stance on immigration reform and support on building from President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions.

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Despite a GOP-controlled Congress seeking to undo President Obama's new immigration executive programs, Latino legislators this week assured immigrants that may qualify for those programs that they would indeed come to fruition, and they should get ready.

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A North Carolina-based organization comprising of undocumented immigrant youths protested the state's Democratic senator and her stance of the immigrant rights and the DREAM Act.

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National Hispanic Heritage Month includes a plethora of colorful events and television and online programming in honor of la raza.

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