Daniel Sharp

CARECEN

Guest

Legal director at CARECEN, the Central American Resource Center, which provides legal assistance to immigrants in Los Angeles

Daniel Sharp on KCRW

Federal immigration agents are conducting raids around the country, with plans to deport immigrants from Central America whose claims for asylum have been rejected.

Local Central Americans Fear Deportation

Federal immigration agents are conducting raids around the country, with plans to deport immigrants from Central America whose claims for asylum have been rejected.

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President Obama announced an executive action on immigration last night. It’s likely to have a big impact locally; here in L.A.

Obama’s Immigration Action Could Have Big Impact on L.A.

President Obama announced an executive action on immigration last night. It’s likely to have a big impact locally; here in L.A.

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