Going Beyond Political Agenda – A Resource for Immigrants to Demand Change Post-Election

Going Beyond Political Agenda – A Resource for Immigrants to Demand Change Post-Election

By Linda Nwoke There are over 200 million immigrants all around, making up about 3% of the global population. The number of migrants is increasing as the world’s population increases. Just as the number of countries with borders increases, there is also an increase in the number of migrants. In the United States, scholars like […]

It’s a Map Disaster: Special Master Submits Congressional and State Senate Maps

It’s a Map Disaster: Special Master Submits Congressional and State Senate Maps

New York, NY – September 7, 2020: Congressman Hakeem Jeffries speaks at US Senator Chuck Schumer and members of NY House delegation media briefing on 3rd avenue in Manhattan. (Shutterstock) On Monday, May 16, the court appointed, neutral Special Master, Jonathan Cervas, tasked with redrawing New York’s Congressional and state Senate district maps released a […]

USCIS Lengthens Work Permit Automatic Extension Period to Address Adjudication Delays

USCIS Lengthens Work Permit Automatic Extension Period to Address Adjudication Delays

By Emma Winger, Immigration Impact U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) issued a temporary rule last week that automatically extends employment authorization for certain noncitizens waiting for USCIS to process their work permit renewal applications. As of December 2021, over 80,000 noncitizens had lost or would soon lose the right to work because of adjudication delays and a growing […]

PAHO Launches new Information Platform on Health and Migration in the Americas

Number of migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean has more than doubled since 2005 to 15 million in 2022, highlighting the need to strengthen data-driven policies to protect their right to health

PAHO Launches new Information Platform on Health and Migration in the Americas

Managua, Nicaragua – June 15, 2019: Two young Nicaraguan girls comfort each other. Sweet children in poor Central American country living in extreme poverty. Girl rests head on friend’s back. (Shutterstock) By PAHO Washington D.C. 16 May 2022 (PAHO) – The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) today launched the Information Platform on Health and Migration […]

Jumaane Williams is Running for Governor to Bring Transformational Change

Jumaane Williams is Running for Governor to Bring Transformational Change

By Linda Nwoke, CAW Exclusive To date, New York State has had one black Governor, David Paterson, who served between 1990-2000. However, this can change if one of the June 2022 Democratic candidate candidates wins before finally contesting against a Republican candidate in November. Jumaane Williams became a New York City Public Advocate in 2019. […]

Trinidad and Tobago: Ready to Step Up

Trinidad and Tobago: Ready to Step Up

By Manuel Holguin Hon. Stuart Young, the Minister of Energy for the twin-republic of Trinidad and Tobago, spoke to CNN about how the southernmost island country in the Caribbean could contribute to the ongoing world crisis of energy during the ongoing Russia and Ukraine conflict. Speaking with Richard Quest, Young sounded self-assured and willing to […]

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