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“While I was a student at CUNY, I worked as a bartender, cleaning lady, nanny, whatever I had to do to pay my college tuition. The year I graduated, President Obama announced DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) which allows young people like me who came to the country when we were very...

Read More | written by thanuy | created 20 hours 23 min ago

 "Language has been the biggest barrier for me every since I came here. I could not understand or interact with people. Taking my kids to the hospital when they were sick or monitoring their progress at school used to be a hefty task."

My name is Zaida Verdugo and I am...

Read More | written by thanuy | created 6 days 18 hours ago

Written by Ana Ponce, NYIC DREAM Summer Fellow

The recent alleged shooting of a San Francisco woman by an undocumented immigrant named Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez has sparked a national debate around so-called ‘sanctuary cities’ and has...

Read More | written by growland | created 1 week 19 hours ago

Written by Ana Ponce, NYIC DREAM Summer Fellow
Interview and transcription by Thanu Yakupitiyage, NYIC


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Read More | written by thanuy | created 2 weeks 16 hours ago

On June 30, a Guatemalan immigrant was attacked by three men who jumped out of a pickup truck and beat him. The victim, named Juan, was riding his bike from his restaurant job in Farmingville, in central Suffolk County, to his home in Coram. It was 12:30 AM and there were few people out who could have witnessed the brutal assault on the dark road...

Read More | written by pyoung | created 3 weeks 1 day ago

Many of you have been looking forward to this Friday's arguments in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals challenging the Texas injunction halting the implementation of President Obama's executive action on immigration. Millions of immigrant families had their lives placed on hold because of that legal blockade. 

Unfortunately, prospects for removing the injunction...

Read More | written by pyoung | created 3 weeks 2 days ago

Guerline Lajoie

by Srosh Anwar

 “I practically acted as a second parent to my siblings because my mom was unable to understand what was going on around her. I provided her assistance in translating and interpreting at schools and almost everywhere she went.”

My name is Guerline...

Read More | written by thanuy | created 4 weeks 17 hours ago

The latest numbers from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service show that young people are continuing to apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Although prime time for DACA applications was from August of 2012, when the program began, until the following June, in Fiscal Year 2015 there have already been...

Read More | written by pyoung | created 4 weeks 19 hours ago

The last few weeks have seen decisions by the Supreme Court on a variety of matters, ranging from same-sex marriage to lethal injections, of vital concern to all people living in the United States. Three decisions by the Court impact directly on hundreds of thousands of immigrants.

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Read More | written by pyoung | created 4 weeks 2 days ago
 
John Moreno Escobar

By Srosh Anwar

“When I decided to move from Colombia to the USA, my father told me that I was making the biggest mistake of my life; he changed his...

Read More | written by sanwar | created 5 weeks 23 hours ago

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