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The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, program would remain intact.

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President Donald Trump’s crackdown on undocumented immigrants has many not participating in the federal food assistance program due to fear of deportation, reports the Associated Press.

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While lying down on the ground from a collision with a truck, Marcos Antonio Huete received no medical attention or police assistance until he answered Sgt. David Lariz's questions.

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The White House released a $4.1 trillion plan on Tuesday that indicate Trump´s intent to keep his campaign promises

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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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Despite the donations of bottled water pouring into Michigan to help victims facing the Flint water crisis, there are still hundreds of immigrants in the community who are not receiving help.

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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine published a new report that addresses assimilation and stereotypes surrounding U.S. dwelling immigrants.

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From the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on late Tuesday morning, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich, current Ohio governor, spoke about why Latinos are “integral” in the U.S.

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A Hillary Clinton presidential campaign staffer has called for North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory to veto a bill that affects the undocumented community.

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Within the last five decades close to 59 million immigrants entered the U.S., resulting in a record high foreign-born population for the nation. According to a recent Pew report, despite popular belief Asian immigrant growth has outpaced Hispanic immigrant growth with the past few years as immigrant influxes have slowed. Also, the report revealed immigrants have helped to make the U.S. a younger nation.

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Pope Francis’ historic visit to the U.S., including his address to Congress, appears to have resonated with Latino congressional lawmakers. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., introduced the Exchange Inclusion for a Healthy America Act, which provides people access to the Affordable Care Act, regardless of an individual's immigration status.

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Latinos have been making monumental steps in California, including in the state's legislative body. Assemblymember Luis Alejo is among the names paving the way to improve the lives of all Californians -- including Latinos, undocumented and documented.

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A five-year-old girl breached security for the opportunity to personally deliver Pope Francis and important message about immigration, and she succeeded.

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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., a presidential candidate and son of Cuban immigrants, ruled out a pathway to legalization and citizenship for undocumented immigrants during his presidency.

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While much of presidential hopeful Donald Trump's immigration rhetoric focuses on "dangerous" and "illegal" Mexican immigrants and "anchor babies," fewer "birthright" children have been born to U.S.-dwelling undocumented immigrants. Meanwhile, Chinese undocumented immigrants now surpass Mexican documented immigrants regarding the number of new immigrants in the U.S.

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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders defended undocumented immigrants against the ongoing anti-immigrant rhetoric during a Latino roundtable in the battleground state of Iowa.

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