Portland, OR – On Monday April 18, Oregon immigrant families, advocates, and faith leaders showed their support for the President’s immigration executive action in a peaceful rally and vigil at Terry Schrunk Plaza in downtown, Portland. This event was part of a national day of action as 4,000 immigrant families and advocates rallied outside of… Read more »
Portland Ready celebra la decisión de la Corte Suprema de Justicia de los Estados Unidos, de revisar el caso que involucra las Acciones Ejecutivas del Presidente Obama en Inmigración.
Portland Ready, un colaborador trabajando para asegurar que habitantes de Portland y del resto de Oregon elegibles para beneficiarse de DACA ( Acción diferida para los que llegaron en la niñez) y DAPA ( Acción diferida para padres de ciudadanos americanos o de residentes legales permanentes), aplaude la decisión hecha esta semana por la Corte… Read more »
Portland Ready Celebrates U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision to Hear Case Involving President Obama’s Executive Actions on Immigration
Portland Ready, a collaborative working to ensure that eligible Portlanders and Oregonians benefit from DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans), applauds this week’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to hear Texas v. United States, the lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of President Obama’s Executive Actions on immigration… Read more »
Today, the Supreme Court announced that they will hear the challenge to President Obama’s immigration executive actions DAPA and expanded DACA before the 2016 presidential election. This is good news for the thousands of immigrant families who’ve been waiting to hear if the case progressed to the Supreme Court, where the ultimate decision will be… Read more »
The lawsuit against administrative relief has been a long and complicated process. To help clarify when decisions may be made, the National Immigration Law Center has provided a visual outline of the possible next steps and when they may occur. To view the visual timeline, visit http://www.fightforfamilies.org