Fiji-Indian. Radical. Forced Migrant. Juris Doctor. Reluctant Dreamer. Aspiring Terrorist. Undocumented. Unafraid. Unapologetic. Unashamed.
Mishthi Music presents Beats for Bangladesh: A Benefit Album in Solidarity with the Garment Workers of Rana Plaza. Album includes an eclectic 26 tracks for a donation of $15 (or more). Donations will go directly to the Bangladeshi Center for Workers Rights, the group on the ground helping the orphans and families of the victims of the Rana Plaza collapse that claimed 1,129 lives and injured over 2,500 people, mostly women.
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This is a resource created by one of the largest South Asian advocacy organizations in America, South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT), in an attempt to raise awareness and rights of undocumented South Asians in America.
For anyone interested in learning more about DACA and its influence on South Asians and wants more info, check out the links and organizations above!
hello! i know you get a lot of DACA related questions so feel free to ignore this if you're tired of them on here. my case was received on march 22 and i did my biometrics on april 22 and my case is still in 'initial review'. i read some people say which service centers their cases went to so they could check the processing times on the uscis site but i have no idea where mine went. do you know if there's any way to figure that out? thank you in advance!! have a wonderful day!
You can usually see where your case is by checking the center assigned on the receipt notice. You can check case processing times by center here.
Excuse all the Deepika, fangirling. She’s better than bar prep, yaar.
I have probably received approvals for over 40 DACA applications, a 100% record FYI, at work. However, I haven’t bothered to fill out the paperwork for myself, because lets be honest, I’d rather be in removal proceedings and defeat the goddamn U.S. government, than beg them to not deport me for two year increments. Maybe I would think differently if I had no work authorization, but that is fortunately not the case.
Anyhow, Sonia’s article sums up her legit reasons for not applying as well.