On September 5, 2017, the Trump administration announced that DACA will end. Find information about this announcement and opportunities to support Dreamers at our updated DACA page. Read more.
In recent weeks we’ve received an outpouring of support and willingness to stand with our immigrant brothers and sisters. Thank you! The work is just beginning. With the new administration, policy changes may happen quickly. Read more.
Joint Statement by Refugee & Immigration Ministries, Disciples Immigration Legal Counsel, and Disciples Home Missions on 4-4 Tie Affirming Decision to Block DAPA and Expanded DACA. Read more.
They may not get much media attention, but Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders make up a significant portion of the undocumented population in the United States. Read more.
Did you know? That fancy-looking visa in your passport isn’t what lets you stay in the U.S. Rather, this humble I-94 card determines how long you can stay. Read more.
Yesterday the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision in U.S. v. Texas, the case brought by twenty-six states challenging the DAPA and Expanded DACA programs that President Obama announced almost one year ago. Read more.
Here are some important odds and ends that may have gotten lost amid the bigger stories this summer. Read more.
If you’re headed to General Assembly this week, we hope to see you there! Check out these events from Disciples Immigration Legal Counsel and Refugee & Immigration Ministries. Read more.
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the Justice Department’s request for an emergency stay on May 26. Here is a roundup of links to help you and your communities understand this decision and what it means for all of us. Read more.
We can help bridge the gap to make sure that all immigrants who are eligible for the new immigration programs have the information they need and the opportunity to apply. This presentation kit is designed for Disciples laity and clergy who want to reach out to members of their congregations or communities. Read more.