Moving to the United States from Latin & Hispanic Countries: What You Need to Know

Moving to the United States from Latin & Hispanic Countries: What You Need to Know

The opportunity of migration can be exciting, daunting, and rewarding. Many nationals from the Latin and Hispanic countries are turning their attention to the United States, the land of opportunity for a new life. They typically move to states like New York, California, Texas, Florida, and Georgia, which offer the possibility to move somewhere with […]

What You Need to Know About the New Proposal to Update The Registry

What You Need to Know About the New Proposal to Update The Registry

By Walter Ewing, Immigration Impact Democrats in the House of Representatives have introduced a bill that would allow undocumented immigrants who have lived in the United States for at least seven years to legalize their status. The bill would change a provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act known as “Registry,” which allows certain long-term […]

Langya: New Virus Infects 35 People in Eastern China

Langya: New Virus Infects 35 People in Eastern China

By Melissa Zhu, BBC News Scientists are tracking a new, animal-derived virus in eastern China that has infected at least several dozen people. The novel Langya henipavirus (LayV) was found in 35 patients in the Shandong and Henan provinces. Many had symptoms such as fever, fatigue and a cough. They are thought to have contracted […]

Temporary Protected Status: What You Need to Know

Temporary Protected Status: What You Need to Know

Washington, DC – May 11, 2022: A TPS activist calls upon the Biden administration to make good on the promise to protect those in the program and create a path to citizenship. (Shutterstock) By Linda Nwoke A recent and unexpected surge of migrants that began as early as May has arrived in New York City, […]

Chicago Mandated Contracts for Domestic Workers—and the Results Have Been Life Changing

Long excluded from labor laws and regulations, domestic workers are organizing and fighting back against rampant wage theft and harassment. And often, immigrant women of color are leading the charge.

Chicago Mandated Contracts for Domestic Workers—and the Results Have Been Life Changing

By Jason Kerzinski, The Real News As of Jan. 1, 2022, a new ordinance took effect in Chicago aimed at bringing much-needed accountability to an industry that has been, by and large, treated as part of the informal economy: domestic work. Domestic work covers a range of jobs, from nannies and home-caregivers to home cleaners, […]

Anti-Immigrant Republican Extremism Positions Itself and Intensifies

Anti-Immigrant Republican Extremism Positions Itself and Intensifies

Dallas, Texas / United States – 05 30 2018: Texas Governor Greg Abbott holding a press conference to unveil his school safety plan following a school shooting at Santa Fe High School. (Shutterstock) By Americas Voice Whether through state laws, city ordinances, executive orders, or federal measures, if anti-immigrant Republicans have anything in common it’s […]

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