Teresa was brought here as a child, at age 5, under political asylum with her family; she worked with a social security number, work authorization card, and filed and paid taxes.
A local college is willing to use school resources to help child immigrants from Central America.
“Why are they thinking of housing them there? … I appreciate the plight of the Central Americans, but we are a nation of laws and we have to try to obey those laws otherwise we degenerate into chaos,” one man in the area told WWJ’s Mike Campbell for an on-air report.
Upwardly Global, an organization dedicated to helping foreign-trained individuals find employment in their chosen professions, opened an office in Detroit on Monday.
“Let’s send a message to the entire world: Detroit, Michigan, is open to the world,” Gov. Snyder said.
The United States has to encourage immigration because it’s the only way to avoid the economic stagnation caused by declining population.
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Supporters of a Western African man rallied in Detroit — calling on immigration officials to stop his deportation.
About 200 community, labor and immigration activists gathered Wednesday in a Detroit park.
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