Immigration advocates fear that individuals who don’t qualify for relief under President Obama’s executive order may be in for harsher treatment from ICE.
In the first of three articles for Voices of NY, Sing Tao Daily reporter Rong Xiaoqing describes her reactions on returning to family and friends in China after several years away.
The change in attitude toward the Virgin of Guadalupe reflects the different experiences of two generations of immigration activists, El Diario reports.
Former NYS Gov. David Paterson hopes Chinese immigrant investors will support a transportation company developing green taxis, Sing Tao Daily reports.
The New York Immigrant Assistance Consortium, a public-private partnership of nonprofits, politicians, and foreign consulates has been formed to help immigrants navigate the new administrative relief programs recently announced by President Obama.
The burden of Regents testing has been eased by a partial waiver that covers students who recently immigrated to the U.S., The Riverdale Press reports.
In this package of reports, Voices of NY chronicles reactions to President Obama’s historic action to provide immigration relief to millions.
Immigration activists are warning of scams in connection with President Obama’s immigration relief plan, El Diario reports.
The Black Institute has issued a new book, “All Races, All Faces: A Guide to New York City’s Immigrant Communities,” with statistics and directories.
One Irishman interviewed by Irish Central explains how President Obama’s executive action on immigration should help normalize life for him.
In this episode of CUNY TV’s “Independent Sources”: The City Council opts out of the Secure Communities program, New Immigrant Community Empowerment talks about using a graphic novel to fight employment agency fraud, and a syringe exchange program not without controversy.
On display as part of the New York Historical Society’s “Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion” exhibition is a graphic novel that tells the story of a Chinese-American family – a story that is more relatable than it is unique, reports SinoVision.
The Brooklyn Community Foundation issued a new report, “Brooklyn Insights,” highlighting residents’ concerns about poverty, juvenile justice and the growing immigrant population, Brooklyn Brief reports.
Undocumented youth remember politicians’ positions on the Dream Act, and will vote accordingly on Nov. 4, Dalia Casco writes in an opinion piece in La Tribuna Hispana.
Rising rents are pushing residents out of the Little Senegal community in Harlem, The Uptowner reports.