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Budget cuts, pandemic reshape state Office for New Americans mission

The Nevada Office for New Americans has found new purpose during the COVID-19 pandemic despite a reduced budget and leadership change.Established last year by...

Immigration advocates push Biden to not just bring back DACA but expand it

President-elect Joe Biden is promising to reinstate an Obama-era program that shields deportation for some undocumented people who were brought to the United States...

TPS holders condemn latest court ruling, brace for fight ahead

Miguel Barahona is one of thousands legally living and working in Nevada under humanitarian protections who could now face deportation as early as March,...

Reports, data detail how pandemic exposes long-standing Nevada inequities

Nevada’s minority populations are the hardest hit by COVID-19 in terms of infection, hospitalization, and mortality rates, according to statewide data trends analyzed by...

Citizenship application fees nearly double

The Trump administration has nearly doubled the cost of applying to become a U.S. citizen, a development Nevada immigration advocates are likening to “another...
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Trump’s play to omit undocumented from census could hit Nevada hardest

If President Donald Trump’s attempt to prevent undocumented immigrants from being counted when congressional lines are drawn after this year's census is successful, immigrant...

Nevadans hail court ruling rejecting Trump’s attack on DACA

Nevada elected officials and immigration activists heaped praise on the U.S. Supreme Court ruling Thursday rejecting the Trump administration's attempt to scrap the Deferred...
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Excluded from CARES Act, immigrant families call for state to step up

Immigrant workers and allies staged a “car-caravan” protest outside a number of government buildings on Friday, in which they urged Gov. Steve Sisolak to...
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Excluded from CARES Act and awaiting court ruling, it’s a stressful time for DACA...

Colleges and universities across the country are preparing to distribute nearly $7 billion in emergency grant funding to students affected by the coronavirus pandemic....
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Immigrant workers left behind by government aid efforts

Donis Hernandez, works in construction, an industry Gov. Steve Sisolak deemed essential during the coronavirus-related shutdown in Nevada. While Hernandez is grateful to still...

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