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California to assist unregistered students

California to assist unregistered students

February 15, 2017

Following last November’s presidential election, many questions arose about what would happen to many of the policies that were established during the...

Student reveals Dream Act’s impact

Sharida Rejon, Features editor

May 7, 2014

“Since I started school I knew that I didn’t have the same opportunities as everyone else, and when I was in high school it was very hard for me because everyone was talking about college, but I didn’t know what was going on back then,” said 19-year-old Adelaida Hernandez, an undocumented student at Bakersfield College, about some of the fears she faced while her educational...

DREAM Act more complicated than you think

Robin Shin, Online Editor

February 27, 2013

The DREAM Act may not have passed yet, but when the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals was enacted on Aug. 15, 2012, it was an enactment given to DREAMers to be pardoned from deportation and given the opportunity to stay for two years with a work permit. While it was enacted, many people were misinformed or uninformed of DACA. DACA does not offer a path to a green card...

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