By: Greg Smith While Dreamers and people with temporary protected status have fewer options of becoming a permanent resident in the U.S., there are four other ways they might be able to immigrate to this country.
By: Mitch Randall Baptists were born from immigrants seeking a better opportunity to practice their faith and provide for their families. You can honor that heritage by calling your elected officials to urge them to support a clean DREAM Act.
By: David P. Gushee Our nation's immigration system is irrational, arbitrary and routinely heartbreaking. It creates new loyalties and then breaks them; it helps families and then shatters them. It needs dramatic change.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Baptist leaders are encouraging constituents to call their elected representatives on March 1 to urge them to pass legislation that protects Dreamers from deportation and provides a path to citizenship.
U.S. Baptists are encouraged to call, email, or write their elected Senators and Representatives on March 1, 2018, in support of passing a "clean" DREAM (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) Act that will protect Dreamers from deportation and provide them a pathway to citizenship.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Nearly three out of four U.S. Protestants and Catholics support permanent legal status for Dreamers, a new report says. Their views on building a wall at the border with Mexico were more varied.
By: Mitch Randall Without intervention, 800,000 immigrants are subject to possible deportation, even though a majority of U.S. citizens think they should remain. Protecting them from deportation should be a bipartisan policy.
By: Sue Smith Yerendi arrived in the U.S. with her family when she was 6 months old, fleeing war-torn Guatemala. This 22-year-old is a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, recipient. Now her future is uncertain.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Almost four out of five of the nearly 700,000 current DACA recipients were born in Mexico, government data reveals. Three-fourths of them live in 20 metro areas; almost half of them live in California and Texas.
By: Sean McKenzie With the Trump administration's plan to end DACA, hundreds of thousands of hard-working, law-abiding immigrants are at risk of deportation. Our nation offers mercy for the fortunate, inflexible justice for the desperate.