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Supreme Court Case Could Impact Thousands of Chinese Immigrants

The U.S. Supreme Court recently agreed to review the immigration case of United States v. Texas, to determine the constitutionality of President Obama’s deferred action programs (expanded DACA and DAPA) for certain undocumented immigrants. CAA has long been in agreement … Continue reading

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Immigrant Rights vs. Racist Rhetoric

In the absence of comprehensive immigration reform, anti-immigrant hate is revealing itself everywhere. Republican candidates for the presidency are smearing whole communities, fanning xenophobic bigotry, and seeking to end the constitutional guarantee of birthright citizenship. Too many politicians — including … Continue reading

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Progress for Immigrants in the California Budget

Chinese for Affirmative Action has been active in statewide legislative advocacy in Sacramento for over a decade. These efforts have helped bring the needs of Asian Americans, especially those who are the most vulnerable, to the attention of lawmakers. Last … Continue reading

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