Colorado Senate candidate Joe O’Dea made his fortune building large public works projects including transit stations, highways, and bridges. In the closing days of the last month’s primary, O’Dea promised GOP voters that if elected to the U.S. Senate, he’ll complete Trump’s largest and most controversial construction project — the border wall.
Senate Candidates at CO Hispanic Republicans Forum Support Building Trump’s Wall and ‘Legal’ Immigration
In Denver last night Republican candidates hoping to unseat U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) addressed immigration at a candidate forum hosted by Colorado Hispanic Republicans.
At a Jan 20 congressional hearing on immigration law, U.S. Rep. Ken Buck (R-CO) alleged that immigration courts have been overwhelmed by a large number of false or invalid asylum claims.
Earlier this year, 17-year-old “AKB” arrived alone in the U.S. after fleeing from his home country of Mali, following the deaths of his entire family. AKB found himself in a detention center, and potentially facing deportation.
With the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act finally signed into law and the Build Back Better Act passed in the House, Congress must continue working for the American people and support our communities across the nation. America’s immigration system hasn’t been reformed in decades and, like our nation’s infrastructure, is in desperate need of repair to protect the immigrants endangered by its failures.
Deleted JeffCo Republican Party Post Pushes White Nationalist Conspiracy Theory That Immigrants Are Used To Flip Red States
Last week, a cartoon appeared on the Jefferson County Republican Party’s Facebook page that depicted a caricature of President Joe Biden saying that “illegal immigrants and Afghan refugees” will be sent to Republican-dominated states.
The end of summer is an exciting time for students as they connect with classmates, begin new classes, and continue to pursue education to achieve their goals. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to have that same optimism when looking towards my own future. I am an undocumented immigrant, meaning that nothing is certain for me. When I was a child, my family and I left Mexico and came to Colorado in search of a better life. If Congress fails to provide Dreamers like me with an earned pathway to citizenship, my hard work could be for nothing if I’m forced from my home here in the U.S. before I have the chance to truly begin my career. This is unfair and harmful to me and all Coloradans. We need change so that the hard work of thousands of undocumented immigrants in Colorado is not wasted.
I came to the U.S. in second grade, undocumented. I’m now 25 years old, and for the last nine years, I have endured a bureaucratic maze that may or may not lead towards U.S. citizenship. I still await my naturalization, but I hope that soon enough other immigrants can join me when our U.S. Congress finally creates a pathway to citizenship for millions like me.
Last Monday, Casa de Paz, an Aurora-based group that provides hospitality services to immigrants recently released from detention, issued a statement seeking volunteers to assist with their programs.