Undocumented Activists Deplore Obama’s Decision to Delay Deportation Relief

“Families like mine cannot wait for relief. My father could be deported in the next few months and the President continues to play political games with our lives. We will hold the President and other politicians accountable for the harm they have inflicted on our communities. We will continue to take action to demand that the President provide immediate relief from deportations,” explains Gabriela Benitez"

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Sara: “We All Have The Right To Be Here Without Living In Constant Fear. We have The Right To Live With Dignity. We Have The Right To Exist.”

"So when a community member is detained, it is a personal attack on me. I will not sit back and continue to watch families be destroyed and separated. We all have the right to be here without living in constant fear. We have the right to live with dignity. We have the right to exist."

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Chicago Man in Deportation Seeks Rule Change from DHS to Suspend Deportations, Agency Required to Respond

The “Si Se Puede” Filing Provides Authoritative Legal Evidence of Obama Administration’s Ability to Expand Deferred Action, Grant Relief to Future Beneficiaries of Immigration Reform The National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) and a group of undocumented people facing the threat of deportation, including Chicago resident Anibal Fuentes Aguilar, are using a little known provision of the […]

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