Wendy Tsang, left, and Susan Pan on Eighth Avenue in Brooklyn handing out leaflets on a federal program that lets undocumented immigrants stay in the country for two years and work legally.
This amazing presentation was created by Atlas: DIY member Michaela who participated in Atlas’ CAMP (College Access for Migrant People) program this summer. CAMP is a program that allows immigrant youth to visit and learn about their options regarding college by visiting colleges from neighboring states.
This amazing presentation was created by Atlas: DIY member Rachelle. Rachelle participated in Atlas’ College Club program, a program Atlas: DIY launched in 2013 as a response to growing demand from our members for programs that addressed their college needs.
This amazing presentation was created by Atlas: DIY member Jennifer Garcia. Jennifer participated in Atlas’ CAMP (College Access for Migrant People) program – a program that allows immigrant youth to visit and learn about their options regarding college. OTHER ARTICLES YOU MIGHT LIKE: These 6 Immigrants Are Responsible for Over 200,000 US Jobs How to Identify … Read more
Lauren Burke is a legal disruptor – she’s disrupting the legal system and her job.
So much for the “immigrants are taking our jobs” rhetoric.
Its time to stop breaking up families in the United States.
Can’t keep us down! Find out how undocumented youth are not letting anything hold them back and working legally in the United States!!
I came across an article of yours yesterday about a young undocumented immigrant (Sergio Garcia) who’s being denied a legal license because of his immigration status. As an officer in an immigration law-based non-profit, this story is not news to me – in fact, we’ve reported it several times ourselves in the past few months.
What we missed is a weekly section in which we introduce some of the important immigration-related stories that caught our eyes this week.