Immigration rights activists are urging “dreamers” who recently received three-year work permit not to disregard immigration agency demands to return them. At a press conference in Little Havana, they also warned Venezuelan immigrants of potential fraud. Pictured from left to right are: Carmen J. Giménez of USA Refugees and Immigrants; Francisco Portillo of the Francisco Morazán Honduran Organization; and immigration attorney Diana Albite.
Immigration rights activists are urging “dreamers” who recently received three-year work permit not to disregard immigration agency demands to return them. At a press conference in Little Havana, they also warned Venezuelan immigrants of potential fraud. Pictured from left to right are: Carmen J. Giménez of USA Refugees and Immigrants; Francisco Portillo of the Francisco Morazán Honduran Organization; and immigration attorney Diana Albite. PEDRO PORTAL el Nuevo Herald
Immigration rights activists are urging “dreamers” who recently received three-year work permit not to disregard immigration agency demands to return them. At a press conference in Little Havana, they also warned Venezuelan immigrants of potential fraud. Pictured from left to right are: Carmen J. Giménez of USA Refugees and Immigrants; Francisco Portillo of the Francisco Morazán Honduran Organization; and immigration attorney Diana Albite. PEDRO PORTAL el Nuevo Herald

Activists warn ‘dreamers’ to return work permits issued erroneously

July 25, 2015 11:49 AM

More Videos

  • Making it in America: Nicaraguan construction worker makes concrete advances

    Adonel Concrete, founded by Nicaraguan immigrant, Luis García, has become one of the largest companies of its kind in Florida. He has streets named after his company, employs more than 300 people, and has become a pillar in the communities he has helped build, like Doral and Sweetwater.