Foreign Entrepreneurs and US Economic Growth

Foreign Entrepreneurs and US Economic Growth

In the United States, the foreign-born have long been prominent among the nation’s entrepreneurs, founding businesses large and small that fuel U.S. economic growth and create jobs. An entrepreneur is someone who assumes a significant amount of financial risk to turn...
The DACA Program: Hugo’s Story

The DACA Program: Hugo’s Story

Two years ago, on September 5, 2017, the Trump Administration announced plans to terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program. A series of decisions from federal and appellate courts put these actions on hold and allowed DACA to continue on a...
Bay Area Border Relief joins activist efforts to support migrants

Bay Area Border Relief joins activist efforts to support migrants

Members of the Bay Area Border Relief of San Francisco travel to the Gateway International Bridge to raise national awareness to the Remain in Mexico Policy, also known as Migrant Protection Protocols. This is the 6th time the group visits from California since the...
“Little America” captures the US immigrant experience

“Little America” captures the US immigrant experience

“Little America” is the new Apple TV + series that documents the complexity of the immigrant experience. Kumail Nanjiani and Joshuah Bearman join us to discuss the stories not seen in the daily headlines. Interview Highlights On how the immigrant experience is...
After 30 years apart, woman reunites with her parents

After 30 years apart, woman reunites with her parents

NPR’s Scott Simon speaks with immigration attorney Luis Cortes Romero about his experience reuniting his mother with her parents after 30 years. By Scott Simon SCOTT SIMON, HOST: Luis Cortes Romero shared a video on his Twitter feed this past week. In a way,...
Public Charge Rule and its impact in the Bay Area

Public Charge Rule and its impact in the Bay Area

Last January, the Supreme Court ruled that the Trump administration can begin implementing its expanded “public charge” rule, which could systematically deny green cards to low-income immigrants.  The policy is going into effect on February 24, and it’s made some...

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