Monday, 22 September 2014

Category: Immigration

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One Million ‘Keys to the City’ by 2020?

One Million ‘Keys to the City’ by 2020?

NYC official Nisha Agarwal discusses the municipal ID, language barriers and other immigrant issues in this video.

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Undocumented 9/11 Workers Seek Legalization

Undocumented 9/11 Workers Seek Legalization

Undocumented 9/11 workers who ended up with severe physical and mental ailments are pleading to authorities to legalize their immigration status, El Diario reports.

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Labor Trafficking: More Attention in Future?

Labor Trafficking: More Attention in Future?

A study in City Limits argues that labor trafficking may be a greater problem than sex trafficking, and may soon garner more attention from the NYPD.

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Migrating from Central America to the Hudson Valley

Migrating from Central America to the Hudson Valley

La Voz describes two brothers among several people migrating from Central America to the Hudson Valley, and the challenges such migrants face.

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New Hope for Asylum after Domestic Abuse

New Hope for Asylum after Domestic Abuse

Following a decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals, victims of domestic abuse are more hopeful about gaining asylum in the U.S. El Diario speaks with a woman who fled her abuser in Ecuador.

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Teachout Supports Immigrant Rights

Teachout Supports Immigrant Rights

The gubernatorial candidate and her running mate believe immigrants should be able to vote in state elections.

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Preparing for New Immigrant Students

Preparing for New Immigrant Students

The Internationals Network for Public Schools welcomes youth from Central America as well as many other nations.

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Universal Pre-K Offers Immigrant Mothers an Economic Boost

Universal Pre-K Offers Immigrant Mothers an Economic Boost

The city’s new program will allow many in low-income communities to take up paid work.

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Easing Rules for Street Vendors

Easing Rules for Street Vendors

A new City Council measure will allow licenses of street vendors to be transferred to family members in the event of death, illness or incapacitation of the original license holder, The Villager reports.

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Burmese Doctors Help Community

Burmese Doctors Help Community

Community members, many without insurance, received free checkups and screenings at a health fair in Queens.

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On LI, Immigrant Kids Face Enrollment Hurdles

On LI, Immigrant Kids Face Enrollment Hurdles

On Long Island, immigrant kids sometimes face difficulties enrolling in schools, Long Island WINS reports.

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