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To apply for DAPA, you need to prove parenthood

The Supreme Court will deliver its opinion on the immigration programs by the end of June.

To apply for DAPA, you need to prove parenthood

by Patrick Young, Esq. on June 15, 2016  

We don’t know as much about the DAPA requirements but we do know that there are a number of things that applicants will have to prove.

1000+ Long Islanders reject hate at LGBT vigil in Bay Shore

Long Islanders raised their candles in the name of freedom and in memory of the victims in Orlando.

1000+ Long Islanders reject hate at LGBT vigil in Bay Shore

by Luis M. Mostacero on June 14, 2016  

When she heard what happened in Orlando, early Sunday morning, she could not stop thinking and worrying about the future of her son, Carlos Agustin, a 20 year-old gay, Latino.

Learn simple practices to protect yourself from immigration fraud

by Long Island Wins on June 14, 2016  

This video will help you learn simple practices that can help you protect and defend yourself from fraud.

Top 4 things you need to know about DACA’s 4th anniversary

DACA is having a strong economic impact in every state.

Top 4 things you need to know about DACA’s 4th anniversary

by Long Island Wins on June 14, 2016  

June 15 is the anniversary of DACA, the Deferred Action Program that President Obama announced in 2012. We would like to share 4 important things you should know about DACA.

“Orlando shooting is an attack on our common humanity and values”

We embrace diversity.

“Orlando shooting is an attack on our common humanity and values”

by Long Island Wins on June 13, 2016  

Our statement condemning the Orlando shooting.

Orlando shooting victims were mostly Latinos

The attack took place at Pulse.

Orlando shooting victims were mostly Latinos

by Patrick Young, Esq. on June 13, 2016  

When you look at the emerging list of those killed in the Orlando terrorist attack you are struck by how many were young, openly gay, Latinos.

Borowitz’s column: Truth to powerful forms of racism

Photo: Ted Richardson for hola-arkansas.com

Borowitz’s column: Truth to powerful forms of racism

by Patrick Young, Esq. on June 13, 2016  

New Yorker writer Andy Borowitz’s latest column brilliantly captures the nightmare fantasy world of the modern Know Nothing. It spoke truth to very powerful forms of racism.

Immigrants making a difference on Long Island

Immigration Heritage Month 2016 logo.

Immigrants making a difference on Long Island

by Long Island Wins on June 8, 2016  

June is Immigrant Heritage Month, an opportunity for everyone to value the contributions that all immigrants make everyday in the very communities we live in.

Workshops about DACA+ and DAPA in Suffolk and Nassau

Photo: MRNY.

Workshops about DACA+ and DAPA in Suffolk and Nassau

by Luis M. Mostacero on June 8, 2016  

As the immigrant community is waiting for the Supreme Court to decide on the constitutionality of DACA+ and DAPA, it is important for people to be informed and get ready.

DACA recipients’ private information safe for now

The case United States v. Texas is pending in the Supreme Court.

DACA recipients’ private information safe for now

by Long Island Wins on June 7, 2016  

Judge Andrew Hanen issued an order that stays his May 19 order “pending the outcome of” a hearing he set for August.

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