Immigration (Page 2)
Rabbis Rally for Immigrants
The protest took place on the start of the Jewish holiday of Sukkot which symbolizes vulnerability.
New Yorkers Reflect on Trump’s 100 Days in Office
At his 100th day in office, President Trump has the lowest approval ratings of any modern president. In New York City, residents give President Trump mixed reviews.
A Mexican business owner remembers her journey and worries about her future
A Mexican business owner lives in fear of Trump.
Immigrants join protest at JFK
Concerned New Yorkers gathered at JFK International Airport’s Terminal 4 to protest President Trump’s executive order that barred entry into […]
New Yorkers Protest Trump’s Immigration Policies
Thousands of New York families marched from Trump Tower at Central Park West toward Central Park East and down 5th Avenue as a sign of solidarity with immigrant communities facing mass deportation under a Trump Administration.
Undocumented immigrants find support at Terra Firma
After grueling one month long journeys that span over 1,000 miles, undocumented immigrants from Central America reach the United States with no where to turn.
Afghans working for the U.S in Afghanistan are left behind as conflict draws to a close
About 75% of all the interpreters have had serious difficulties in obtaining these visas.
Aged out and undocumented
With current immigration legislation looming in Congress, Nesbitt and Crichlow continue their push for the rights of the children of recruited professionals and their right to documentation.
Immigrant families torn apart by visa backlogs
Out of the seven countries with the worst family visa backlogs, five are in Asia
No Dream Act in NY budget
The bill’s failure stemmed from a discrepancy between the state’s two legislative bodies, the assembly and the senate.