Videos Senator Hirono, AG Chin and Aloha Immigration’s Clare Hanusz urge President Trump to keep DACASenator Hirono, AG Chin and Aloha Immigration's Clare Hanusz urge President Trump to keep DACAHawaii immigration advocates join the fight for the protection of young undocumented immigrants. This move comes as President Donald Trump weighs the fate of the so-called "dreamers"-- immigrants who were brought into the United States illegally as children. "They shouldn't be very worried. They are here illegally. They shouldn't be very worried.Andres’ StoryAndres' StoryKONA, HAWAII (HawaiiNewsNow) - The story of a Kona coffee farmer facing deportation has grabbed national headlines -- and social media is abuzz with questions. With Andres Magana's deportation date days away, many are asking why he couldn't become a citizen in the 28 years he was in the islands.Tania’s StoryTania's StoryFor nearly 10 years, Tania Venegas has been trying to make her case to stay in the country. Then Clare Hanusz and Aloha Immigration stepped in.Antonio’s StoryAntonio's StoryClare tells the powerful story of one of her clients, Antonio, during the The New Sanctuary Movement panel discussion on May 15, 2017Trump’s Immigration BanTrump's Immigration BanClare joins Carl Campagna to discuss what the Trump administration's immigration policy will mean for Hawaii.9th Circuit Rules Against the Travel Ban9th Circuit Rules Against the Travel BanThe 9th Circuit has dealt another blow to the Trump Travel Ban, and the case is almost sure to go to the Supreme Court. What does this mean to travelers from Arab countries, to Muslims, to Hawaii and the other states who have contested the ban, and what does it mean to the credibility of the Trump Administration.Island Connections: ImmigrantsIsland Connections: ImmigrantsRecorded on May 12, 2017 Host: Ibrahim Aoude - Professor, Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa The panel discussed immigration policy under president Trump and his use of Executive Orders to change specific policies. Specifically, the "Muslim Ban" and the short-sighted immigration decisions regarding Mexico.Clare Hanusz on the RAISE ActClare Hanusz on the RAISE ActHONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - A controversial plan to cut legal immigration to the United States by 50 percent over the next decade could permanently separate many Hawaii families, an immigration attorney said. President Trump threw his support behind the proposed legislation Wednesday, saying it "demonstrates our compassion for struggling American families who deserve an immigration system that puts their needs first and puts America first."