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You might be able to apply for DACA+ even if you are not in school

Enrolling in classes can help an immigrant become eligible for DACA+

You might be able to apply for DACA+ even if you are not in school

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 25, 2016  

There are steps that undocumented immigrants can take to be eligible for DACA+ if we get a favorable decision from the Supreme Court.

Memorial Day, Immigrants, Hip Hop Hamilton, and Hercules Mulligan

The musical Hamilton brings an immigrant story to the stage.

Memorial Day, Immigrants, Hip Hop Hamilton, and Hercules Mulligan

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 24, 2016  

The musical Hamilton sets immigrants at the heart of the American story.

Central American refugees coming to the U.S. need protection programs

There is an urgent need of a protection program for Central American refugees.

Central American refugees coming to the U.S. need protection programs

by Luis M. Mostacero on May 23, 2016  

Thousands of vulnerable mothers and children from Central America are still coming to the United States for refuge but once again the Obama administration has failed to come up with a humanitarian solution.

Former Sergeant Scott Greene sentenced to an additional 1-3 years in prison

Scott Greene during his sentence in March.

Former Sergeant Scott Greene sentenced to an additional 1-3 years in prison

by Luis M. Mostacero on May 23, 2016  

Former Sergeant Scott Greene was sentenced last week for an additional 1-3 years in prison for stealing cash from Latino drivers during traffic stops in Suffolk as part of a second indictment.

Judge Hanen and his new attack against Obama’s executive action

Judge Andrew Hanen.

Judge Hanen and his new attack against Obama’s executive action

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 20, 2016  

Judge Andrew Hanen, who blocked President Obama’s executive action for immigrants, attacked the Justice Department lawyers who are representing the Obama administration.

Our 1st Annual Comedy Club Night, a new Long Island Wins tradition!

Our First Annual Comedy Club Night was a real success.

Our 1st Annual Comedy Club Night, a new Long Island Wins tradition!

by Luis M. Mostacero on May 18, 2016  

A rainy, foggy, Friday the 13th did not deter the success of our first ever Comedy Club Night! We had a great turnout and everyone really enjoyed themselves.

Farmworkers march to Albany for equality and respect

Marchers outside Governor Cuomo's regional office in Hicksville, during their third day marching.

Farmworkers march to Albany for equality and respect

by Luis M. Mostacero on May 18, 2016  

Tired and hungry, Pablo Cruz is not discouraged and is hopeful that his rights as a farmworker are finally respected. Cruz has already walked approximately 40 miles as part of the March for Farmworkers Justice.

NYS Board of Regents adopts regulations to allow DACA recipients to apply for professional licenses

DACA recipients are American in every way except for their immigration status. They deserve new opportunities.

NYS Board of Regents adopts regulations to allow DACA recipients to apply for professional licenses

by Long Island Wins on May 18, 2016  

The Board approved the proposed regulations in February but this action makes the regulations permanent.

If you are eligible for DACA+ get your school records

School records are important to satisfy several requirements for the DACA+ program.

If you are eligible for DACA+ get your school records

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 17, 2016  

Those interested in applying for DACA+ should get ready. It is a good idea to have all the documents you will need before the application process begins. A Supreme Court’s decision is only weeks away.

The 14th Amendment, a German immigrant, and the assault on White Superiority

German refugee Carl Schurz said that Federal troops were needed in the South to protect the rights of newly freed African Americans.

The 14th Amendment, a German immigrant, and the assault on White Superiority

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 16, 2016  

German refugee Carl Schurz arrived in Washington with intelligence that helped establish the principle of racial equality.

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