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Unidos, a New Free iPhone App for Young Latino Voters

Check out this innovative app designed to increase voter participation by young Latinos.

Unidos, a New Free iPhone App for Young Latino Voters

by Long Island Wins on July 26, 2016  

Unidos, a new mobile app that features news, videos and emojis, aims to increase Latino young voters participation.

Apply Now for Immigration Applications: Substantial Fee Increases Proposed

Immigration applications fees will likely be increased in the fall.

Apply Now for Immigration Applications: Substantial Fee Increases Proposed

by Patrick Young, Esq. on July 26, 2016  

People wishing to file immigration applications for themselves or family members should apply before the beginning of October.

Texas Blockade of Latino Birth Certificates Ends

Photo: Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images.

Texas Blockade of Latino Birth Certificates Ends

by Patrick Young, Esq. on July 26, 2016  

While this settlement appears to close this sorry chapter, it is just the latest example of the effort by those opposed to immigrants to punish the American citizen children of the undocumented.

Economic costs of Supreme Court deadlock

Photo: AP/Eric Gay.

Economic costs of Supreme Court deadlock

by Long Island Wins on July 25, 2016  

Have you ever wondered how much the U.S. and all Americans are losing as a result of having DAPA and DACA+ blocked in Federal Court?

Anti-immigrant sentiments are unhealthy for all of America

Photo: Photo eff Swensen/Getty Images

Anti-immigrant sentiments are unhealthy for all of America

by Patrick Young, Esq. on July 20, 2016  

This week, we have seen a sharp uptick in the bashing of immigrants and non-white Americans by elected officials.

Building leadership within the LGBT immigrant community

Members of the LGBT Network at the Long Island Pride 2015. Fest. Photo: Flickr/The LGBT Network.

Building leadership within the LGBT immigrant community

by Luis M. Mostacero on July 19, 2016  

Besides the usual challenges all immigrants face, such as learning English or assimilating to a new culture, the most difficult issue for LGBT immigrants is finding out where to go for help.

Coming together, an antidote to hate

Photo: Taken from www.suny.edu

Coming together, an antidote to hate

by Karl Grossman on July 19, 2016  

The racial strife of recent weeks in the U.S. has reverberated on Long Island and the rest of the New York Metropolitan Area.

The Obama administration tries to bring DAPA/DACA+ back to Supreme Court

Requests like this are rare but have been granted in the past.

The Obama administration tries to bring DAPA/DACA+ back to Supreme Court

by Patrick Young, Esq. on July 19, 2016  

Executive orders DAPA/DACA+ could be back in the Supreme Court. The Obama administration has filed a petition for the court to rehear the case.

56% of Americans say immigration helps the U.S.

Support for immigration has grown over the last seven months.

56% of Americans say immigration helps the U.S.

by Patrick Young, Esq. on July 18, 2016  

A new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows that Americans’ support for immigration continues, in spite of the efforts by some politicians to turn immigration into a wedge issue to divide us.

Deadlock in U.S. v. Texas will drive Latino voters to the polls

For Latinos, voting becomes important because it’s about helping families and loved ones.

Deadlock in U.S. v. Texas will drive Latino voters to the polls

by Luis M. Mostacero on July 15, 2016  

The number of Latinos who feel more enthusiastic to vote this November has increased as a result of the Supreme Court decision that will keep President Obama’s executive actions on immigration blocked.

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