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What Would Houston Look Like if All the Undocumented Immigrants Left?Letter: US business relies on undocumented workersProtesters arrested in demonstration against LIC bakery for firing undocumented immigrant workersA massive ICE raid in this town didn't stop undocumented labor — or illegal immigrationA massive ICE raid in this town didn't stop undocumented labor — or illegal immigrationSome truths about undocumented immigrantsSome truths about undocumented immigrantsUndocumented workers demand rights in a city scarred by a massive raidUndocumented workers demand rights in a city scarred by a massive raidUndocumented workers demand rights in a city scarred by a ...Undocumented immigrants can still pay taxesWhy undocumented immigrants pay taxes - Apr. 19, 2017Tax expert: Some undocumented immigrants not filing in fear of deportationSessions Urges Prosecutors To Crack Down On Undocumented Illegal ImmigrantsOn Tax Day, a reminder that undocumented immigrants pay billions ...

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How Is The Fashion Industry Addressing Immigration?
Refinery29April 11, 2017

There was no lack of feminist slogans, pussy hats, or unifying bandanas throughout Fashion Month. However, the fashion industry had yet to lay out a set of actionable steps to support the foreign-born workers who've been affected by the new ...more »

'How crazy is it that undocumented people are paying for their own deportation?'
PRIApril 12, 2017

Last year, undocumented workers handed over $26.3 billion in federal taxes to the US Internal Revenue Service. Those filings came in all sorts of income categories. Youth organizer Greisa Martínez first visited a tax preparer in Dallas, Texas, with her ...more »

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What Would Houston Look Like if All the Undocumented Immigrants Left?
Houston PressApril 25, 2017

Miguel Garcia was one of an estimated 407,000 undocumented immigrants living in Houston. He was one of the thousands of undocumented construction workers encompassing an estimated one quarter of the state's construction workforce. And he was a ...more »

Letter: US business relies on undocumented workers
Fredericksburg.comApril 22, 2017

Many immigrants, along with others—who own vegetable farms, construction companies, factories, auto repair shops, hotels, tailor shops, laundries, retail stores, restaurants and other enterprises—depend on the labor of undocumented workers to stay in ...more »

Protesters arrested in demonstration against LIC bakery for firing undocumented immigrant workers
New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TVApril 21, 2017

Four people had chained themselves to the underside of Tom's Cat Bakery trucks to block their work as part of an ongoing protest for 31 workers about to be fired. As police officers used bolt cutters to slice through thick chains, supporters of the ...more »

A massive ICE raid in this town didn't stop undocumented labor — or illegal immigration
WEKUApril 20, 2017

Immigration officials raided the Michael Bianco leather factory, a defense contractor that hired hundreds of undocumented workers to sew belts and backpacks for the US military. The agents arrested 362 workers, most of whom were deported to Guatemala.more »

A massive ICE raid in this town didn't stop undocumented labor — or illegal immigration
WCAIApril 20, 2017

Immigration officials raided the Michael Bianco leather factory, a defense contractor that hired hundreds of undocumented workers to sew belts and backpacks for the US military. The agents arrested 362 workers, most of whom were deported to Guatemala.more »

Some truths about undocumented immigrants
taosnewsApril 20, 2017

About 40 percent of undocumented immigrants have overstayed their visas, the rest came across the border illegally. It has become harder to cross the border, as the number of border agents quintupled from 1992 to 2010, and 650 miles of the border is ...more »

Some truths about undocumented immigrants
taosnewsApril 20, 2017

About 40 percent of undocumented immigrants have overstayed their visas, the rest came across the border illegally. It has become harder to cross the border, as the number of border agents quintupled from 1992 to 2010, and 650 miles of the border is ...more »

Undocumented workers demand rights in a city scarred by a massive raid
KUOW News and InformationApril 20, 2017

This kind of demonstration is unusual for undocumented immigrants, especially in a city where, 10 years ago, hundreds of people were arrested and separated from their families in a massive immigration raid at the the Michael Bianco leather factory.more »

Undocumented workers demand rights in a city scarred by a massive raid
WEKUApril 19, 2017

This kind of demonstration is unusual for undocumented immigrants, especially in a city where, 10 years ago, hundreds of people were arrested and separated from their families in a massive immigration raid at the the Michael Bianco leather factory.more »

Undocumented workers demand rights in a city scarred by a ...
PRIApril 19, 2017

Workers who have been fired gather at the management office for Sid Wainer & Son in New Bedford, Mass., on March 10, 2017. Most of the workers are ...more »

Undocumented immigrants can still pay taxes
FOX43.comApril 19, 2017

NEW YORK– Every tax season, millions of undocumented immigrants file their taxes with the federal government — even though they could easily get away without doing so. Out of the nearly 11.1 million undocumented immigrants estimated to be living in ...more »

Why undocumented immigrants pay taxes - Apr. 19, 2017
CNNMoneyApril 19, 2017

Contrary to popular belief, undocumented immigrants are U.S. taxpayers, but considering they aren't citizens, how can they pay taxes to begin with -- and why ...more »

Tax expert: Some undocumented immigrants not filing in fear of deportation
Bakersfield NowApril 19, 2017

Ornelas has prepared taxes for more than three years, and she works closely with the immigrant community, farm workers and people who are undocumented. She believes the decrease of people filing their taxes in her community is because they are fearful ...more »

Sessions Urges Prosecutors To Crack Down On Undocumented Illegal Immigrants
Liberty News NowApril 18, 2017

Urging prosecutors to crack down on undocumented immigrants who are known criminals, on Tuesday, the Department of Justice instructed employees to step up “criminal immigration enforcement.” In a speech to Customs and Border Protection, along the ...more »

On Tax Day, a reminder that undocumented immigrants pay billions ...
Daily KosApril 18, 2017

By signing this petition you will receive periodic updates on offers and activism opportunities from Daily Kos. You may unsubscribe at any time. Here's our ...more »

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