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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.

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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.

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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.

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Children fleeing violence need to be protected, not treated as pawns in a political game.

Raids likely in June directed against small number of Central Americans: Don’t Panic

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 12, 2016  

Planned raids likely to be small-scale, but may cause wide-spread fear in immigrant communities around Long Island and the United States.

The Immigrants’ Civil War: The Germans

by Patrick Young, Esq. on May 8, 2016  

An index to our articles on German immigrants during the Civil War.

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Photo: Center for American Progress

Latina workers in the U.S. economy

by Long Island Wins on April 26, 2016  

This new infographic highlights Latinas' participation in the U.S. economy. They are often unable to earn paid sick days, secure fair and flexible scheduling, or have access to any paid leave.

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Schools have intentionally created obstacles in the enrollment process for these students, a report says.

Access to public education: an ongoing challenge for refugee children from Central America

by Long Island Wins on April 22, 2016  

Even though refugee children from Central America are legally entitled to enroll in public school, they face many obstacles in the enrollment process.

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Hundreds of immigrants families rallied this week in front of the Supreme Court in support of DAPA and DACA+

The Long Island Wins Radio Show: DAPA and DACA+ in the Supreme Court

by Long Island Wins on April 22, 2016  

In this program we talk about the history of DAPA and the expansion of DACA, and the Supreme Court hearing.

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Deceptive tactics to avoid allowing students with DACA to apply for professional licenses

by Patrick Young, Esq. on April 22, 2016  

The NYS Board of Regents voted this year to allow young people with DACA to apply for professional licenses, but some politicians want to rollback this win.

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Granting legal status to undocumented immigrants would increase federal tax revenue

by Long Island Wins on April 20, 2016  

We wanted to take this opportunity to highlight the considerable amount of tax revenue contributed by a forgotten group of taxpayers, undocumented immigrants.

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