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.
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.
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.
by Luis M. Mostacero on February 2, 2016
The United States government needs to better address the root causes that makes millions of Central American families cross the southern border to the U.S. every year looking for a better life and opportunities
by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 26, 2016
There is a company in Montauk called "Homeland Seacurity" that does boat security for marinas. Their vehicle looks like a police van. They are not ICE, just private boatyard guards.
by Long Island Wins on January 22, 2016
Long Island Wins is running a two part series on anxiety in immigrant children and children of immigrants as a response to recent threats of ICE raids and other anxieties these children might be experiencing.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 21, 2016
We expect a victory for immigrants in the Court, but there is always the possibility that the Supreme Court will rule in favor of the State of Texas, risking existing programs such as DACA 2012.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 20, 2016
New statistics from the Center for Migration Studies show the potential for large growth in number of immigrant voters.
by Patrick Young, Esq. on January 19, 2016
The Supreme Court’s decision to hear the case challenging President Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration, U.S. v. Texas, sets in place a series of upcoming legal events.
by Long Island Wins on January 19, 2016
The Supreme Court of the United States will decide the legality of President Obama’s immigration programs, which would protect about 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.