Etiqueta: IMMIGRANTS

New Program Makes It Easier for Some Relatives of Permanent Residents...

The Obama administration announced a change in immigration rules last week that will make it easier for some family members of permanent residents to...

The Importance of Being a Welcoming Community (VIDEO)

Why is it important to be a welcoming community?  Because when communities welcome newcomers, they become better places for everyone. And it’s the right...

Judge Hanen and his new attack against Obama’s executive action

Judge Andrew Hanen, the judge who blocked President Obama’s executive action for immigrants, attacked the Justice Department lawyers who are representing the Obama administration...

NYS Board of Regents adopts regulations to allow DACA recipients to...

The NYS Board of Regents permanently adopted on Tuesday regulations to allow certain individuals who came to the United States as children to apply...

Farmworkers march to Albany for equality and respect

Tired and hungry, Pablo Cruz is not discouraged and is hopeful that his rights as a farmworker are finally respected. Cruz, 66, has already...

TPS extended for Hondurans and Nicaraguans

Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson has extended Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for eligible nationals of Honduras and Nicaragua for an additional 18 months,...

If you speak Spanish, this is how you handle la Migra

If you know Spanish learn how to handle the Migra in five steps. We’ll show you how. 1. Tienes el derecho de no abrir la...

Christian leaders, concerned about loss of values due to anti-immigrant rhetoric

The rising tide of anti-immigrant rhetoric received more pushback this month from Christian leaders concerned that politics are overwhelming ethics and morality when it...

Deceptive tactics to avoid allowing students with DACA to apply for...

Earlier this year immigrants won a major victory when the New York State Board of Regents voted to allow young people who had obtained...

Patchogue community comes together to say NO to hate

Last Thursday, the Patchogue community came together at a vigil in memory of Marcelo Lucero and said NO to violence, hatred and bigotry that...

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