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

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