“These students had no say in the matter about being in this country, and now this is where their home is…All they want is a way to become a citizen.”
Garibay, and millions of aspiring new Americans like her, was brought to the United States as a child.
“These are children, these are human beings, and they long for what we all want. We as educators do whatever we can do to help out students in class, to continue to be here and to be successful.”
Washington teacher speaks about how broken immigration system hurt his student.
Congress: Make Comprehensive Immigration Reform A Reality As educators and concerned community members, we have witnessed for far too long the fear and distress our broken immigration system has caused our students, their families and our communities. We see these aspiring Americans every day in our classrooms and our schools. They are valedictorians, honors students, … Continued
“Aspiring Americans” asks elected officials to find a common-sense approach to immigration that includes a path to citizenship.
Push for common-sense, bipartisan reform would bring millions of students and their famiies out of the shadows
Stigma associated with being an undocumented worker threatens the academic success of many students in our schools.
Groups work to make sure hard-working DREAMer students have access to accurate information
Romney offers DREAMers no assurance they can stay in the U.S., the only home they’ve ever known