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The Long Island Wins Radio Show: Deferred actions and candidate forum bring together immigrants

In this program, Long Island Wins online editor, Luis M. Mostacero is live from Manhattan, interviewing community advocates during an immigration rally in regards...
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Summit Action Steps for the Governance Session

This is the sixth article in our series outlining the results of and intended follow up steps to each of the breakout sessions from...
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Summit Action Steps for the Health Care Session

This is the fifth article in our series outlining the results of and intended follow up steps to each of the breakout sessions from...
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Appeals Court Questions States’ Legal Ability to Sue Over Administrative Relief

On Friday, a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit heard oral arguments on temporarily lifting the injunction...
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NJ’s Position on Administrative Relief a Disappointment

One of the sadder aspects of the case of Texas v. United States is the position New Jersey is officially taking on it. There...
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$1.1 Billion: NY’s Undocumented Immigrants’ Contribution to NY State and Local Taxes

 Undocumented immigrants in New York State pay more than $1 billion in state and local taxes—an amount that will increase once President Barack Obama’s...
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Administrative Relief: A Tale of Two Courts

Two rulings by Federal courts on challenges to President Barack Obama’s administrative relief program on immigration have made the news this week. The first...
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NYC Fighting Back Against Immigration Fraud

New York City and community organizations are working together to combat immigration fraud and get undocumented immigrants ready for President Barack Obama’s administrative relief...