by Maryann Sinclair Slutsky on August 28, 2014
Many communities across the country are already welcoming these children, and Long Island should be part of this trend.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on August 28, 2014
The number of child refugees on Long Island is minuscule compared to the 2.8 million total population.
by Michael Lewis on August 26, 2014
Documented and undocumented immigrants alike have prolonged the solvency of Medicare trust funds and helped subsidize Social Security.
by Christian Bonawandt on August 25, 2014
Nassau and Suffolk residents who feel they are victim to such action by their school district may find the following resources helpful.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on August 25, 2014
Getting or updating your passport is the first step undocumented immigrants can take to prepare for President Obama’s executive order.
by Christian Bonawandt on August 21, 2014
Suffolk County officials have released complete details on the Suffolk County Police Department's language access plan in Spanish.
by Liza N. Burby on August 21, 2014
While schools do legitimately need to worry about whether a student is a resident of the district, there are numerous cases of paperwork barring immigrant children from enrolling.