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Immigrants who drink and drive risk deportation

by Patrick Young, Esq. on February 12, 2016  

We are all aware of the dangers of drinking and driving. People convicted of drunk driving face criminal penalties, jail time and fines. Immigrants arrested for alcohol-related driving infractions could face deportation.

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The Long Island Wins Radio Show: Controversial program to deport Central American refugees

by Long Island Wins on February 11, 2016  

In this show, we talk about a program to deport Central American refugees and the Sergeant Greene's trial who was acquitted of hate crime against Latino drivers.

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What the New Hampshire exit polls say about views on immigration

by Patrick Young, Esq. on February 11, 2016  

More than 50% of Republican voters in New Hampshire said that undocumented immigrants should be offered a chance to legalize their status

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Comprehensive guide to help crack down on “Notario” fraud

by Long Island Wins on February 10, 2016  

The Protecting Immigrant New Yorkers (PINY) Task Force and the New York Immigration Coalition launched a resource guide to help crack down immigrant assistance fraud.

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Networks of compassion to help refugees fulfill their dreams

by Long Island Wins on February 10, 2016  

Organizations from all over the world are looking to build networks of compassion and vitality where refugees can thrive and fulfill their dreams.

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Daysi, Julio's wife, with their children, Jeffry and Christopher.

Sign the petition to stop Julio’s deportation

by Luis M. Mostacero on February 8, 2016  

We all can help to prevent the deportation of Julio Cesar Acosta, a Long Island immigrant father who was detained by ICE last month even though he had no criminal record. We can sign a petition asking for his immediate release.

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Lucas Sanchez at his office in Hempstead.

Education and Strong Family Values the Key to Success

by Maryann Sinclair Slutsky on February 8, 2016  

Executive Director Maryann Sinclair Slutsky's latest monthly column in the Anton newspapers.

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Julio and his older son Julio Jr.

Immigrant father on Long Island detained by ICE leaves helpless family behind

by Luis M. Mostacero on February 5, 2016  

An immigrant family on Long Island is living their worst nightmare. A father of three children, including a newborn, was arrested by ICE as he was leaving his home to go to work.

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Advocates call for an open search for Suffolk County Police Commissioner

by Long Island Wins on February 4, 2016  

Today, advocates testified before the Suffolk County Public Safety Committee calling for an open and transparent search for the new Suffolk County Police Commissioner.

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Sandhya Dirks for NPR.

The Iowa Caucuses and the problem of the immigrant voter

by Patrick Young, Esq. on February 3, 2016  

The Iowa caucus usually determines who the candidates with a serious chance to win the presidency are. The problem with Iowa is that it is a state with a tiny electorate of people of color.

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