This post contains affiliate links. If you click on any of these links we may receive a commission, but you won’t pay a cent for any of the content here. Read my disclosure page for more details. Today’s Dreamer post...
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None of these companies are paid or affiliate partners. I simply want to highlight the companies that will help you send money abroad conveniently. You can still check out my disclaimer page if you want! I’m astounded by how little...
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This post contains affiliate links. If you click on any of them I will receive a small commission, but you won’t pay a cent to enjoy this free content. For more info visit the disclosure page.  We all make dumb...
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This page contains affiliate links. That means that if you click on one of those links, I may receive a small commission, but you won’t pay a cent! Please see the disclaimer policy. Hello dreamer, I’m gonna have to pack...
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You might be familiar with the concept of the new economy, or gig economy. This is the idea that we have moved from manufacturing into a service-based economy. Often times it is labeled as Airbnb or Uber economy. People are now...
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I love getting the chance to read the stories of actual DREAMers instead of all the noise from the news. I feel like every time I watch the news, there is an incomplete portrayal of Dreamers. Many are still hustling...
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On January 13th of this month, USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services) “resumed accepting requests to renew to renew a grant of deferred action under DACA.” This means that hundreds of thousands of DACAmented people can now renew their DACA and...
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Maybe I haven’t looked hard enough, but I cannot name very many Hispanic personal finance bloggers. Nor can I name, at the top of my head, an individual who is among the ranks, of say, someone like Dave Ramsey. There...
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Have you seen the news? There is so much uncertainty about the future of DACA and the thousands of Dreamers in this country. I’m not trying to freak you out (you can do that all by yourself if you spend...
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Dreamers have started the new year with high hopes for a solution to the DACA program and their continued stay in the U.S. Many have already lost their work permits and are forced to look into alternative ways to sustain...
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