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Conference on Administrative Relief Examines How to Move Forward Despite Injunction

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Conference on Administrative Relief Examines How to Move Forward Despite Injunction

by Patrick Young, Esq. on March 26, 2015  

Although administrative relief is on hold, there is still a lot that can be done for the undocumented.

Long Island Muslim Leader Seeks Interfaith Peace in Letter to Pope

The Islamic Association of Long Island in Selden is the oldest mosque on Long Island.

Long Island Muslim Leader Seeks Interfaith Peace in Letter to Pope

by Christian Bonawandt on March 25, 2015  

Dr. Yousuf U. Syed of the Islamic Association of Long Island in Selden sent a letter to the Pope in response to a request by the pontiff that Muslims denounce terrorism.

Cuomo, Pass the NY DREAM Act!

The Long Island DREAM Act Coalition held a press conference to urge Governor Cuomo to keep his word and finally pass the NY DREAM Act after a four-year fight and stop denying undocumented students financial aid.

Cuomo, Pass the NY DREAM Act!

by Laura Lemus on March 24, 2015  

Students, advocates, teachers, allies, and parents are concerned about whether the NY DREAM Act is in jeopardy of being excluded from the final New York State budget.

Long Island Wins to Host a Screening and Panel on ‘Documented’ at SUNY Stony Brook

Vargas’s story reminds us that those who reside in the U.S. without documentation are more like us than we realize.

Long Island Wins to Host a Screening and Panel on ‘Documented’ at SUNY Stony Brook

by Hendel Leiva on March 23, 2015  

"Documented" tells the story of Jose Antonio Vargas, who, like the estimated 100,000 undocumented immigrants living on Long Island, is American in every way except on paper.

Job Opening: Long Island Civic Engagement Table Organizer

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Job Opening: Long Island Civic Engagement Table Organizer

by Christian Bonawandt on March 20, 2015  

LICET is seeking a passionate and energetic full-time organizer to lead its work in Suffolk County.

Betsey Plum on the Importance of IDNYC to New Yorkers

Although Plum encourages undocumented residents to apply, she also emphasized that this program is not just for undocumented immigrants.

Betsey Plum on the Importance of IDNYC to New Yorkers

by Laura Lemus on March 20, 2015  

The cards are important because they allow residents, regardless of status, to enter public NYC buildings, enter public schools, and open bank accounts.

Richmond Burning: The German Immigrant and Black Troops Who Saved the City

Confederate soldiers started the conflagration that threatened to destroy Richmond.

Richmond Burning: The German Immigrant and Black Troops Who Saved the City

by Patrick Young, Esq. on March 19, 2015  

An army corps made up almost entirely of African Americans put out the fires that nearly destroyed the Confederate capital.

Hispanic Job Gains Not Felt on Long Island

Photo courtesy Vonderau Visuals/Flickr.

Hispanic Job Gains Not Felt on Long Island

by Michael Lewis on March 19, 2015  

Long Island is not keeping pace with the rest of the nation in construction and related job growth.

The Immigrants’ Civil War: War in the Eastern Theater

by Patrick Young, Esq. on March 18, 2015  

Index of The Immigrants' Civil War articles on the Civil War in the East.

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