Friday, December 2, 2022

Tag: immigration

Nuts About Florida: Julio Rosa’s history of Cuban success

Julio Rosa left Cuba for Miami in 1980 when he was only 20 years old with only a few pants and shirts....

Newsbreak October 13, 2022

A new plan is in the works this morning that will allow up to 24,000 Venezuelan migrants to stay in the U.S....

Joven hispano se convierte en el primero de su familia en...

Jonatan Nuñez se convirtió hace unos meses en el orgullo más grande de su familia: fue el primero que logró graduarse de...

Comienza el período de reinscripción para beneficiarios venezolanos del TPS

El Departamento de Seguridad Nacional anunció que los venezolanos que sean beneficiarios del Estatus de Protección Temporal (TPS, por sus siglas en...

Newsbreak September 15, 2022

Tropical storm "Fiona" is now sixth named storm in the 2022 hurricane season. Florida sends about 50 migrants to Martha's Vineyard in...

D.C. attorney general awards $150,000 to six nonprofits helping bused migrants...

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine is awarding a total of $150,000 in migrant and humanitarian crisis grants to six local nonprofit organizations....

D.C. mayor wants federal response to migrants sent from Texas (includes...

It has been almost five months since Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott started transporting migrants to Washington D.C. on buses. Critics, including the...

Newsbreak September 9, 2022

It's the second day of mourning in the United Kingdom for Queen Elizabeth. The World Health Organization reveals shocking statistics about the...

Refugee process in the U.S. calls for double standards (includes video...

(This is the first of a series on the Ukraine-Russia conflict.)​​ Getting refugee status as a Ukrainian immigrant in...

WeCount! fights for immigrant workers’ rights

On a sweaty evening, some six dozen people gather after their workday in the Homestead parking lot of WeCount!, a non-profit membership organization...