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Billie Greenwood’s insight:
I found this via attorney Carlos Batara and highly recommend his work on ScoopIt to any interested in immigration!
Tampabay.com Mexican drug war one of the deadliest episodes in Americas Tampabay.com With at least an additional 70,000 deaths tied to drug violence, the numbers point to a brutal episode that ranks among Latin America’s deadliest in decades.
This afternoon, the federal government updated its guidance page for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) page. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services under the Obama Administration has now confirmed that recipients of deferred action are authorized to be in the United States. They are now, therefore considered to be “lawfully present” under federal immigration laws. This counteracts the arguments from those opposed to allowing them to receive drivers licenses.