Link To News: How This Immigrant Entrepreneur Is Helping Others Achieve the American Dream

From Entrepreneur

 

“Mercedes Concepcion-Gray started working at age 15, and she’s never stopped. Growing up in the Dominican Republic, she made her own money by teaching other kids English and tutoring them in math. At 21, with two suitcases, $200 in her pocket, an engineering degree and relatives willing to house her, she moved to the United States and …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Canada’s Safe 3rd Country Agreement With The U.S. Draws Criticism

From NPR

 

“Signed in 2002, the agreement operates from the assumption that both the U.S. and Canada offer protections, so people fleeing their homes should apply for asylum in either country they arrive in first.

That kind of deal has gained renewed attention as the Trump administration presses Mexico and Guatemala to take in asylum-seekers traveling through those countries …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Trump Administration Rule Would Penalize Immigrants For Needing Benefits

From NPR

 

“The Trump administration is moving forward with regulations that are expected to dramatically reshape the U.S. immigration system by denying green cards and visas to immigrants who use — or are expected to use — a wide range of federal, state and local government benefits, including food stamps, housing vouchers and Medicaid.

The final version …Continue Reading »

Link To News: This Immigrant Entrepreneur and DACA Recipient Raised Over $15 Million in Funding (Podcast)

From Entrepreneur

 

“Google. Pfizer. Tesla. eBay. Capital One. AT&T. These companies were all founded, completely or in part, by immigrants, who account for close to 30 percent of all new entrepreneurs in the U.S. Victor Santos, who emigrated from Brazil at age 12, is one of them. 

Santos co-founded Airfox, a mobile financial services company for unbanked individuals in emerging markets, and …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Trump Administration Implementing ‘Safe 3rd Country’ Rule On Migrants Seeking Asylum

From NPR

 

“The Trump administration is moving forward with a tough new asylum rule in its campaign to slow the flow of Central American migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. Asylum-seeking immigrants who pass through a third country en route to the U.S. must first apply for refugee status in that country rather than at the U.S. …Continue Reading »

Link To News: House Passes Senate Version Of New Funding To Ease Border Crisis

From NPR

 

“After a brief showdown over competing emergency humanitarian aid measures to alleviate the crisis at the southern border, the House voted 305-102 on Thursday to pass the Senate’s less restrictive version of the bill.

The Senate had approved the legislation Wednesday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said President Trump supports the bill.

The vote marked a serious …Continue Reading »

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