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Immigration 101

Immigration 101 is a comprehensive series on American immigration law for the layperson. It is authored by Pat Young, the program director of the Central American Refugee Center (CARECEN) in Hempstead and Brentwood and special professor of law at Hofstra University School of Law where he teaches immigration law.

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Service Providers and Advocacy Groups

Long Island Wins has many allies that it works closely with in its mission to promote commonsense immigration reform.

Service Providers and Advocacy Groups »


Here are tools and resources for learning about some of the programs open to immigrants, such as help with passing the Citizenship Test, and Pocket DACA, an app to help young immigrants apply for Deferred Action.

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Long Island Wins produces and hosts a series of forums, including the ongoing “Growing a Diverse Long Island” series.

Forums »


Independent and bipartisan research is constantly being done on immigration, including the economic and social effects that reform would have on Long Island and beyond.

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Blog Roll

Here are the blogs that we recommend to those who wish to read and learn more about immigration.

Blog Roll »

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Featured Reports
Taxes & DACA: What do I need to know?
Posted by Long Island Wins on March 4, 2016
Taxes and DACA: What do you need to know
Posted by Long Island Wins on March 4, 2016
Collaborating to Protect New Yorkers from Immigration Fraud
Posted by Posted by Luis Mostacero on February 10, 2016
Undocumented Immigrants’ State & Local Tax Contributions
Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy and the Fiscal Policy Institute on April 16, 2015
Long Island Services for Newly Arrived Immigrant Children and Families
Long Island Wins and the Health and Welfare Council of Long Island on April 6, 2015

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