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Sign this Petition to Help Protect Immigrant Dreamers with DACA

Starting today, for the first time in years, the US Senate will debate an immigration bill. This will be a freewheeling, open-ended battle over one of the thorniest subjects, with the expected outcome completely unclear. Help Protect Immigrant Dreamers with DACA by signing this petition we have created urging Senators and Congress to pass a […]

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Happy MLK Day!

From all of us at Memphis immigration Project, happy Martin Luther King Jr. day! We know that if Dr. King was alive today he would be advocating and fighting for a DACA fix and comprehensive Immigration reform. We are thankful for his legacy! Memphis immigration Project exists to engage issues of Immigration from a biblical […]

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Year End Giving Campaign

As the year comes to an end, Memphis immigration Project would like to request your help supporting our mission.  Our mission is to inspire everyone, everywhere to love their Immigrant neighbor through equipping communities, advancing policies that line up with Biblical principals and provide College Scholarships for Immigrant Dreamers with DACA to Memphis Center for Urban […]

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Why Advocating for a Clean Dream Act does more Harm than Good

 Rondell Treviño, Founder & President, Memphis immigration Project When I was in Washington, D.C. a couple of weeks ago meeting with Republican and Democratic Congressman and Senators over the need to pass legislation that protects Immigrant Dreamers with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), they repeated something in almost every meeting that stuck with me. What […]

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A Christmas Present we can give Immigrants this Season: Hospitality

 Rondell Treviño, Founder & President, Memphis immigration Project   Romans 12:13 says, “Contribute to the needs of the saints and seek to show hospitality.” In the verse above, the word Hospitality (Philoxenia) in the original language means love for strangers. In other words, the word hospitality means love for Immigrants, documented and undocumented. Usually, we correlate hospitality with […]

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34 House Republicans call on Speaker Paul Ryan to help Pass Bipartisan Solution to Protect DACA Recipients

 Rondell Treviño, Founder & President, Memphis immigration Project Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) temporary band-aid has allowed 800,000 thousand plus Immigrant Dreamers the opportunity to pursue a college degree, establish a career, make solid contributions to their communities, and help give billions of dollars back to the economy. However, due to the rescinding of DACA back in […]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us on the Memphis immigration Project team! Enjoy family and friends, but also remember the value millions of Immigrants bring to the United States. Blessings!   Memphis immigration Project exists to inspire everyone, everywhere to love their Immigrant neighbor.  

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DACA Recipient: Story 5

 Jessica Dominguez, DACA Recipient I did not know that I was different until a few months before my high school graduation. My classmates showed excitement and eagerness for the new journey they would soon embark. Everyone discussed the future career paths they would take and all the wonderful plans they would have once college started. […]

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MiP Will be on WATN abc Channel 24 Sunday

 Founder & President, Memphis immigration Project In the midst of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) being rescinded in 6 months (March 2018), there have been three legislative bills introduced: Dream Act of 2017 Recognizing America’s Children (RAC) Act Solution for Undocumented Children through Careers, Employment, Education and Defending our nation (SUCCEED) Act. As Memphians […]

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Refugee Admission Down to 45,000 A Year

Since 2001, the average refugee admissions ceiling has been 81,000. However, President Trump and his administration have decided to slash the number of refugees allowed into the U.S. next year by more than half, only allowing 45,000 refugees into this country. This is the lowest number in history and it comes at a time of unprecedented global need. […]

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