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After Parliamentarian ruling, activists in Arizona ask for other avenues for immigration reform

In a late ruling Sunday, the Congressional referee said a measure that could give millions of undocumented people a pathway to citizenship could not be included in the budget reconciliation package.

'Dreamers' wait as Congressional Democrats push for an immigration reform measure

Within a sweeping budget reconciliation package, Democrat-drafted measure looks to provide a pathway to legal status for some 8 million.

Arizona DACA recipient headed for the Olympics

Northern Arizona University track star Luis Grijalva came from Guatemala when he was 1-year-old

After Texas ruling on DACA, Arizona Dreamer says life on hold again

This month a federal judge in Texas ruled the Obama-era program was illegal, suspending new applications and renewals

Months-long backlog leaves first-time DACA recipients in limbo

Of some 55,000 first-time applicants, USCIS data shows just over 760 have been approved so far.

DACA recipients, undocumented people mark '20 years of uncertainty' on DREAM Act

Two decades since the first version of the DREAM Act was brought to the U.S. Senate, Arizona Dreamers host panel asking for change.

As DACA turns nine, recipients say legislative solution still elusive

The program gives temporary temporary protection and a work permit to hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the U.S. as chldren.

Arizona voters to decide on in-state tuition for Dreamers next year

A bill asking voters to repeal a portion of a 2006 law barring non-citizens from accessing the tuition rate passed Arizona Legislature Monday.

Arizona Dreamers hopeful for change as new in-state bill lands in the House

A bill that would give all Arizona graduates access to in-state tuition passed the Arizona Senate earlier this month.

An early look at the Biden administration’s approach to immigration policy

President Biden has already approved a slew of directives on immigration policy, but not everything has changed.

Senate Education Committee approves in-state tuition bill for Arizona Dreamers

The bill seeks roll back part of a controversial state law that curbs public funds access for noncitizens in Arizona.

DACA advocates encouraged by early Biden orders

A discussion with the Arizona Republic's Rafael Carranza.

For DACA, new ruling and immigration services notice bring new hope

A Friday order ushers in a new opportunity for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants barred from the program since 2017.

New DACA ruling leaves recipients hopeful, but questions remain

A federal judge ruled Saturday the Trump administration's rollbacks to the program were unlawful.

'We have peace': After Biden win, DACA recipients reflect on the last decade

Arizona "Dreamers" helped get out the vote for Biden. Now they want to make sure he follows though.

Campaign led by DACA recipients aims to engage youth, Latino voters

In Arizona and across the nation, immigration is a forefront issue this November.

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