High court ruling ‘a win, but tomorrow is not a guarantee’

Farah Eltohamy and Ellie Borst | Cronkite News via Indian Country Today PHOENIX – For almost three years, Phoenix resident Jennifer Rodriguez Garcia said she has lived with the fear immigration officials will deport her to a country she has never known and separate her from her 2-year-old daughter. Until Thursday. “Today I can breathe again,” Rodriguez Garcia said, after …

‘I can breathe again’: DACA recipients, experts — including RLG Immigration Chair Darius Amiri — react to Supreme Court ruling

By Farah Eltohamy and Ellie Borst | Cronkite News PHOENIX – For almost three years, Phoenix resident Jennifer Rodriguez Garcia said she has lived with the fear immigration officials will deport her to a country she has never known and separate her from her 2-year-old daughter. Until Thursday. “Today I can breathe again,” Rodriguez Garcia said, after learning that the Supreme Court reversed …

[OPINION] There’s still time to save the nation’s Dreamers, says RLG Immigration Dept. Chair Darius Amiri

Darius Amiri – Chair of the Immigration Department at Rose Law Group By Darius Amiri – contributing writer | Phoenix Business Journal While the nation’s focus is rightfully on the Covid-19 crisis, another crisis looming for a large group of young people. Dreamers are still living a nightmare as they wait for the federal government to act on their status. There is no …

[PODCAST] The Rose Report: ‘Immigration and DACA.’

On this episode of The Rose Report, hosts Wafa Shahid, Dan Gauthier and Olen Lenets interview Rose Law Group Immigration Chair Darius Amiri about the upcoming Supreme Court decision on DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). Any day now, the Supreme Court could hand down a decision that decides the fate of 800,000 DREAMers who have been allowed to live and work in the U.S. without the threat of deportation. …

Plight of ‘dreamers’ looms as Supreme Court decides their fate; RLG Immigration Chair Darius Amiri Weighs In

By Darius Amiri | Arizona Capitol Times While the nation’s focus is rightfully on the COVID-19 crisis, another crisis is looming for a large group of young people. Dreamers are living a nightmare as they wait for the federal government to act on their status. There is no national consensus on immigration, with passionate viewpoints on both sides. But most Americans sympathize …