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Flood of unaccompanied minors across southwestern border forces vast federal response

The massive number of unaccompanied children crossing the southwestern border has federal officials scrambling to provide enough people and space to deal with the crisis.

Flood of unaccompanied minors across southwestern border forces vast federal response

The massive number of unaccompanied children crossing the southwestern border has federal officials scrambling to provide enough people and space to deal with the crisis.

USCIS kicks off renewal process for deferred action

Young immigrants who received deferred action from Immigration and Customs Enforcement in 2012 can now apply to renew for another two years.

USCIS kicks off renewal process for deferred action

Young immigrants who received deferred action from Immigration and Customs Enforcement in 2012 can now apply to renew for another two years.

Half of population eligible for deferred action has applied

Nearly a year into the deferred action program for young undocumented immigrants, an estimated 49 percent of the eligible population had applied, a report from the Migration Policy Institute says. Counting potential beneficiaries--for example, those who could become eligible if they earn their GED--as well, the MPI estimates that 36 percent had applied as of June 30.

Half of population eligible for deferred action has applied

Nearly a year into the deferred action program for young undocumented immigrants, an estimated 49 percent of the eligible population had applied, a report from the Migration Policy Institute says. Counting potential beneficiaries--for example, those who could become eligible if they earn their GED--as well, the MPI estimates that 36 percent had applied as of June 30.

Most deferred action hopefuls arrived at age 10 or younger

Two-thirds of applicants for deferred action were 10 or younger when they arrived in the United States, according to data the Brookings Institution received from a Freedom of Information Act request. Thirty percent of the total were younger than 6 years old when they arrived.

Most deferred action hopefuls arrived at age 10 or younger

Two-thirds of applicants for deferred action were 10 or younger when they arrived in the United States, according to data the Brookings Institution received from a Freedom of Information Act request. Thirty percent of the total were younger than 6 years old when they arrived.

ACLU sues for driver's licenses for deferred action recipients in Nebraska

Nebraska's decision to forbid driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants granted deferred action by the Obama administration has drawn a legal challenge from the American Civil Liberties Union. Arizona is the only other state that denies driver's licenses to deferred action recipients.

ACLU sues for driver's licenses for deferred action recipients in Nebraska

Nebraska's decision to forbid driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants granted deferred action by the Obama administration has drawn a legal challenge from the American Civil Liberties Union. Arizona is the only other state that denies driver's licenses to deferred action recipients.