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Newark, New Jersey, September 6, 2017:  Immigrant rights advocates rally to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) on Wednesday outside of the Peter W. Rodino Federal Building in Newark. .   ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, September 6, 2017: Immigrant rights advocates rally to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) on Wednesday outside of the Peter W. Rodino Federal Building in Newark. . ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, September 6, 2017:  Immigrant rights advocates rally to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) on Wednesday outside of the Peter W. Rodino Federal Building in Newark. .   ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, September 6, 2017: Immigrant rights advocates rally to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) on Wednesday outside of the Peter W. Rodino Federal Building in Newark. . ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, September 6, 2017:  U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) addresses the crowd during a rally to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) on Wednesday outside of the Peter W. Rodino Federal Building in Newark..   ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, September 6, 2017: U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) addresses the crowd during a rally to defend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) on Wednesday outside of the Peter W. Rodino Federal Building in Newark.. ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
Long Branch, New Jersey, August 16, 2017:  Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr., holds photos of Ku Klux Klan members marching on the streets of Long Branch against immigration in the 1920s. Pallone organized a press conference to speak out against the recent hate in Charlottsville, Virgina. It was held on Wednesday at St Luke's United Methodist Church in Long Branch.   ©The Star-Ledger / Russ DeSantis / The Image Works
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Long Branch, New Jersey, August 16, 2017: Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr., holds photos of Ku Klux Klan members marching on the streets of Long Branch against immigration in the 1920s. Pallone organized a press conference to speak out against the recent hate in Charlottsville, Virgina. It was held on Wednesday at St Luke's United Methodist Church in Long Branch. ©The Star-Ledger / Russ DeSantis / The Image Works
Long Branch, New Jersey, August 16, 2017:  Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr., holds a photo of Ku Klux Klan members marching on the streets of Long Branch against immigration in the 1920s. Pallone organized a press conference to speak out against the recent hate in Charlottsville, Virgina. It was held on Wednesday at St Luke's United Methodist Church in Long Branch.   ©The Star-Ledger / Russ DeSantis / The Image Works
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Long Branch, New Jersey, August 16, 2017: Congressman Frank Pallone, Jr., holds a photo of Ku Klux Klan members marching on the streets of Long Branch against immigration in the 1920s. Pallone organized a press conference to speak out against the recent hate in Charlottsville, Virgina. It was held on Wednesday at St Luke's United Methodist Church in Long Branch. ©The Star-Ledger / Russ DeSantis / The Image Works
Lakewood, New Jersey, August 19, 2017: A Lakewood High School guidance counselor speaks. A public meeting called "United Voices" was held at the Bethel Spanish Pentecostal Church in Lakewood last week. Law enforcement and health officials held a forum to answer questions and ease the minds of residents about immigration proceedings when people are crime victims or get sick or injured. "United Voices" meeting at the Bethel Spanish Pentecostal Church in Lakewood.     ©The Star-Ledger / David Gard / The Image Works
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Lakewood, New Jersey, August 19, 2017: A Lakewood High School guidance counselor speaks. A public meeting called "United Voices" was held at the Bethel Spanish Pentecostal Church in Lakewood last week. Law enforcement and health officials held a forum to answer questions and ease the minds of residents about immigration proceedings when people are crime victims or get sick or injured. "United Voices" meeting at the Bethel Spanish Pentecostal Church in Lakewood. ©The Star-Ledger / David Gard / The Image Works
Detroit, Michigan - Polish pottery on sale at the annual Pierogi Festival sponsored by Sweetest Heart of Mary Catholic Church. Thousands of Polish-Americans attend the festival each year for its food, games, shops, and religious services. June 12, 2017  © Jim West / The Image Works
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Detroit, Michigan - Polish pottery on sale at the annual Pierogi Festival sponsored by Sweetest Heart of Mary Catholic Church. Thousands of Polish-Americans attend the festival each year for its food, games, shops, and religious services.
June 12, 2017 © Jim West / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, July 26, 2017:  A young woman, age 23, poses at the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida. She was born in Mexico and traveled with her family to the United States on a tourist visa in 2000. She was able to stay in the U.S. and attended college after President Obama passed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in June of 2012. She will graduate with a degree in Political Science from USF next month.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, July 26, 2017: A young woman, age 23, poses at the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida. She was born in Mexico and traveled with her family to the United States on a tourist visa in 2000. She was able to stay in the U.S. and attended college after President Obama passed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in June of 2012. She will graduate with a degree in Political Science from USF next month. ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, July 26, 2017:  A young woman, age 23, receives her cap and gown at the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida. She was born in Mexico and traveled with her family to the United States on a tourist visa in 2000. She was able to stay in the U.S. and attended college after President Obama passed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in June of 2012. She will graduate with a degree in Political Science from USF next month.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, July 26, 2017: A young woman, age 23, receives her cap and gown at the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida. She was born in Mexico and traveled with her family to the United States on a tourist visa in 2000. She was able to stay in the U.S. and attended college after President Obama passed the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals in June of 2012. She will graduate with a degree in Political Science from USF next month. ©Tampa Bay Times / Chris Urso / The Image Works
St. Petersburg, Florida, July 27, 2017:  A young woman poses for a photo in her home near St. Petersburg. She came to the United States from Peru and graduated from Saint Leo University.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Eve Edelheit / The Image Works
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St. Petersburg, Florida, July 27, 2017: A young woman poses for a photo in her home near St. Petersburg. She came to the United States from Peru and graduated from Saint Leo University. ©Tampa Bay Times / Eve Edelheit / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, August 23, 2017: Agents walk Walter Yovany-Gomez, an alleged member of MS-13 and a fugitive from F.B.I. headquarters in Newark. Yovany-Gomez was indicted in September 2013 on charges of murder in aid of racketeering and other offenses. He was arrested recently after being added to the FBI's Most Wanted list in April 2017.    ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, August 23, 2017: Agents walk Walter Yovany-Gomez, an alleged member of MS-13 and a fugitive from F.B.I. headquarters in Newark. Yovany-Gomez was indicted in September 2013 on charges of murder in aid of racketeering and other offenses. He was arrested recently after being added to the FBI's Most Wanted list in April 2017. ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, August 23, 2017: Agents walk Walter Yovany-Gomez, an alleged member of MS-13 and a fugitive from F.B.I. headquarters in Newark. Yovany-Gomez was indicted in September 2013 on charges of murder in aid of racketeering and other offenses. He was arrested recently after being added to the FBI's Most Wanted list in April 2017.    ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, August 23, 2017: Agents walk Walter Yovany-Gomez, an alleged member of MS-13 and a fugitive from F.B.I. headquarters in Newark. Yovany-Gomez was indicted in September 2013 on charges of murder in aid of racketeering and other offenses. He was arrested recently after being added to the FBI's Most Wanted list in April 2017. ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
Newark, New Jersey, August 23, 2017: Agents walk Walter Yovany-Gomez, an alleged member of MS-13 and a fugitive from F.B.I. headquarters in Newark. Yovany-Gomez was indicted in September 2013 on charges of murder in aid of racketeering and other offenses. He was arrested recently after being added to the FBI's Most Wanted list in April 2017.    ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
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Newark, New Jersey, August 23, 2017: Agents walk Walter Yovany-Gomez, an alleged member of MS-13 and a fugitive from F.B.I. headquarters in Newark. Yovany-Gomez was indicted in September 2013 on charges of murder in aid of racketeering and other offenses. He was arrested recently after being added to the FBI's Most Wanted list in April 2017. ©The Star-Ledger / Patti Sapone / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, February 4, 2017:  A father plays on the floor with his daughter and son at their temporary apartment in Tampa. Much of the Alsaloum family's motivation for fleeing Syria was to find safety for the children in a country where they could grow up to find success. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, February 4, 2017: A father plays on the floor with his daughter and son at their temporary apartment in Tampa. Much of the Alsaloum family's motivation for fleeing Syria was to find safety for the children in a country where they could grow up to find success. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, February 1, 2017:  A young mother, age 23, holds her daughter, age 2, in the doorway of their temporary apartment on the day they moved in. The family's resettlement case manager (second from right) discusses the apartment's condition and temporary nature with the Coptic Orthodox Charities executive director (in green) and a representative of sister organization Radiant Hands. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, February 1, 2017: A young mother, age 23, holds her daughter, age 2, in the doorway of their temporary apartment on the day they moved in. The family's resettlement case manager (second from right) discusses the apartment's condition and temporary nature with the Coptic Orthodox Charities executive director (in green) and a representative of sister organization Radiant Hands. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, February 3, 2017:  (From L) Brothers, age 16, age 27, and age 22, help their father out of a car and into a wheelchair after being delivered from Florida Hospital Tampa to the family's temporary apartment . The cancer attacking the father's spine severely limited his mobility, making him reliant on family for even small movements. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, February 3, 2017: (From L) Brothers, age 16, age 27, and age 22, help their father out of a car and into a wheelchair after being delivered from Florida Hospital Tampa to the family's temporary apartment . The cancer attacking the father's spine severely limited his mobility, making him reliant on family for even small movements. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, May 21, 2017:  A grandfather rests on a mattress while his wife keeps an eye on their grandchildren, age 1 and age 4, at Rowlett Park in Tampa. The family made the trip for a refugee picnic hosted by Coptic Orthodox Charities, their resettlement agency. As the man's health deteriorated, it became increasingly difficult for his family to prevent discomfort for him. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, May 21, 2017: A grandfather rests on a mattress while his wife keeps an eye on their grandchildren, age 1 and age 4, at Rowlett Park in Tampa. The family made the trip for a refugee picnic hosted by Coptic Orthodox Charities, their resettlement agency. As the man's health deteriorated, it became increasingly difficult for his family to prevent discomfort for him. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, June 7, 2017:  A young man (front), age 27, carries his father's casket from hearse to grave with the help of brother (second from left), age 22, and members of their mosque community at a Tampa cemetery. The father's body went from hospital to funeral home to mosque to cemetery in a matter of hours. Islamic funeral customs dictate that the deceased should be buried as soon as possible. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, June 7, 2017: A young man (front), age 27, carries his father's casket from hearse to grave with the help of brother (second from left), age 22, and members of their mosque community at a Tampa cemetery. The father's body went from hospital to funeral home to mosque to cemetery in a matter of hours. Islamic funeral customs dictate that the deceased should be buried as soon as possible. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida,January 31, 2017:  A refugee family passes the time at a Days Inn in north Tampa, shortly after arriving in the United States. Seen from left are a young man, age 27, two young women, age 22 and age 23, and a boy, age 4. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida,January 31, 2017: A refugee family passes the time at a Days Inn in north Tampa, shortly after arriving in the United States. Seen from left are a young man, age 27, two young women, age 22 and age 23, and a boy, age 4. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, March 24, 2017:  (From left) a CARIBE Refugee Program intake counselor, and a resettlement case manager assist a young woman, age 22, and her sister-in-law, age 23, with applications for subsidized childcare at the CARIBE office in Tampa. The case manager was instrumental in helping the family with tedious paperwork in the early months. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, March 24, 2017: (From left) a CARIBE Refugee Program intake counselor, and a resettlement case manager assist a young woman, age 22, and her sister-in-law, age 23, with applications for subsidized childcare at the CARIBE office in Tampa. The case manager was instrumental in helping the family with tedious paperwork in the early months. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, February 22, 2017:  A young father, age 22, feeds his younger son, age 1, as his older son, age 3, vies for attention in one of the family's permanent apartments. The man's father, weak from cancer, rests behind them. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, February 22, 2017: A young father, age 22, feeds his younger son, age 1, as his older son, age 3, vies for attention in one of the family's permanent apartments. The man's father, weak from cancer, rests behind them. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, February 28, 2017:  A young man, age 22, participates in a vocabulary exercise on his first day of English class with the CARIBE Refugee Program in Tampa. The teacher (front) would name a body part, in this case "head," prompting his students to point to it on themselves. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US.   ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, February 28, 2017: A young man, age 22, participates in a vocabulary exercise on his first day of English class with the CARIBE Refugee Program in Tampa. The teacher (front) would name a body part, in this case "head," prompting his students to point to it on themselves. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, February 22, 2017:  A man and his wife wait for his release at Florida Hospital in Tampa. His cancer bounced him back and forth between hospital and home repeatedly before his death. The wife stayed by her husband's side day and night through every hospital stay.The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, February 22, 2017: A man and his wife wait for his release at Florida Hospital in Tampa. His cancer bounced him back and forth between hospital and home repeatedly before his death. The wife stayed by her husband's side day and night through every hospital stay.The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, February 28, 2017:  A young man, age 22, fills in blanks on a vocabulary worksheet during a human anatomy lesson in a CARIBE Refugee Program English class in Tampa. He struggled on his first day, but classmates with more English under their belts helped him with answers. He is a refugee from Syrian who has only recently arrived in the US.    ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, February 28, 2017: A young man, age 22, fills in blanks on a vocabulary worksheet during a human anatomy lesson in a CARIBE Refugee Program English class in Tampa. He struggled on his first day, but classmates with more English under their belts helped him with answers. He is a refugee from Syrian who has only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
Tampa, Florida, February 1, 2017:  A young man, age 22, sits in his father's wheelchair while holding son, age 3, at a Days Inn in north Tampa. Father and son kept an eye on the family's belongings while waiting for their case manager to help them move to a temporary apartment. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works
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Tampa, Florida, February 1, 2017: A young man, age 22, sits in his father's wheelchair while holding son, age 3, at a Days Inn in north Tampa. Father and son kept an eye on the family's belongings while waiting for their case manager to help them move to a temporary apartment. The family are refugees from Syrian who have only recently arrived in the US. ©Tampa Bay Times / Loren Elliott / The Image Works

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