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.
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.
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.
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.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on July 15, 2016
Salvadorans who currently have TPS may apply for renewal between now and September 6, 2016.
by Luis M. Mostacero on July 14, 2016
A new initiative in New York State, NaturalizeNY, will help immigrants with moderate incomes to apply for citizenship at no cost through a lottery process.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on July 12, 2016
As undocumented immigrants become more desperate because the programs they hoped would provide them with security have been cut off, con men are starting to work the community for their own profit.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on July 9, 2016
The children of immigrants are citizens if they are born in the United States. This protection was given by the 14th Amendment to the Constitution. It has been recognized in Supreme Court cases and Federal Regulations.