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Long Island Wins commends the Supreme Court’s decision to review executive actions on DAPA and DACA+

Long Island Wins commends the Supreme Court’s decision to review executive actions on DAPA and DACA+

by Maryann Sinclair Slutsky on January 20, 2016  

We are confident that soon millions of immigrants across the country will be able to apply for work permits through the deferred action programs and have the chance to live, work, and stay in the U.S. with their families.

What happens next for DAPA and DACA+?

What happens next for DAPA and DACA+?

by Long Island Wins on January 20, 2016  

In April, the Supreme Court will start hearing the case regarding the deferred actions DAPA and DACA+. Before that we have a chance to make our voices heard.

Legal issues that the Supreme Court will consider when deciding the future of DAPA and DACA+

The Supreme Court will decide the legality of these immigration programs.

Legal issues that the Supreme Court will consider when deciding the future of DAPA and DACA+

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 19, 2016  

The Supreme Court’s decision to hear the case challenging President Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration, U.S. v. Texas, sets in place a series of upcoming legal events.

Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of DAPA and DACA extended

The Supreme Court of the United States.

Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of DAPA and DACA extended

by Long Island Wins on January 19, 2016  

The Supreme Court of the United States will decide the legality of President Obama’s immigration programs, which would protect about 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.

Sad day for immigrants of Suffolk County after a jury found Scott Greene not guilty of hate crime

Suffolk County former Sergeant Scott Greene.

Sad day for immigrants of Suffolk County after a jury found Scott Greene not guilty of hate crime

by Luis M. Mostacero on January 15, 2016  

It is a sad day for the immigrant community of Long Island. Suffolk County former Sergeant Scott Greene was found not guilty of hate crime against six Hispanic victims. However, the game is not over for Greene.

Long Island Police Reform Group  Decries Verdict in the Sgt. Greene Trial

Former sergeant Scott Greene was found not guilty in most of the charges related to targeting Latino drivers. Photo: LIWins.

Long Island Police Reform Group Decries Verdict in the Sgt. Greene Trial

by Long Island Wins on January 15, 2016  

Long Island advocates are calling on the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate the Suffolk County Police Department (SCPD) after jurors found SCPD Sergeant Scott Greene not guilty on most of the charges related to targeting Latino drivers and robbing their money.

Kate Cumming: Confederate immigrant nurse and the Shiloh disaster

More than 16,000 men were wounded at Shiloh, the bloodiest battle in American history up to that time.

Kate Cumming: Confederate immigrant nurse and the Shiloh disaster

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 14, 2016  

This is the story of a young immigrant nurse whose services were unwelcome until the wounded rolled into camp.

President Obama to use UN to help process refugees from Central America

Thousands of children have risked their lives escaping from Central America.

President Obama to use UN to help process refugees from Central America

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 14, 2016  

A new program to treat refugees from Central America on an equal basis with other refugees.

Jury begins deliberations in Scott Greene’s trial

Supreme Court, Central Islip. Photo: LIWins.

Jury begins deliberations in Scott Greene’s trial

by Luis M. Mostacero on January 14, 2016  

After hearing all testimonies, mainly from the alleged victims and officers involved in the investigation against Suffolk County former sergeant Scott Greene, the jury began deliberations to determine Greene’s responsibility in the 21 count indictment.

Outrage in Congress Over Deportations of Refugees

Luis Gutierrez, U.S. representative.

Outrage in Congress Over Deportations of Refugees

by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 14, 2016  

President Obama has been getting a lot of heat from his own supporters over the raids carried out by ICE. The raids targeted mothers and children from Central America who had been ordered deported.

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