From Long Island Wins:
Angela Papalia, a social worker with Adelphi New York Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program at Nassau University Medical Center said that Curran’s decision was placing the health of immigrants in danger. “We have concerns that women, children and families will not receive lifesaving care due to the fear that has arisen by the news that was released yesterday,” she told reporters.
Sorry, County Executive Curran, but….
Source: Immigrant Rights Supporters Denounce Laura Curran’s Plan to Put ICE at Nassau University Medical Center – Long Island Wins
Via Long Island Wins:
In an outrageous move on Tuesday, Nassau County Executive Laura Curran announced via e-mail that she was moving ICE out of a trailer at the Nassau County Jail and into an unused building at the Nassau University Medical Center next door.
How much rent are they now paying? This information should be available to the public as soon as possible. Are they paying for parking areas? How visible will they be? Nassau County Executives at their usual best, a.k.a. absolutely awful.
Source: County Exec Curran to Move ICE to Nassau University Medical Center Creating Fear in Immigrant Communities – Long Island Wins
Seriously, where does it come from?
See this Dr. Seuss cartoon from 1941.:
Most media coverage of William Barr’s hearing Tuesday for confirmation as Attorney General focused on how he anticipates handling the Trump/Russian collusion investigation. However, Barr was asked a number of questions about his views on immigration. As Attorney General, Barr would have a major role in crafting immigration regulations and he would be in charge …
Source: Attorney General Nominee William Barr Has Bad Record on Immigration – Long Island Wins
From Long Island Wins:
“The New York State Appellate Division Court issued a judgement today finding the holding of immigrants by local and state police on ICE detainers and non-judicial immigration orders is illegal.”
Tell your municipality to stop wasting taxpayer dollars on immigrants that ICE is going to let wallow in your custody for days as you house and feed them.
Source: Suffolk and Nassau Law Enforcement Policy of Detaining Immigrants on ICE Warrants Ruled Illegal – Long Island Wins
Source: Here are the rules of engagement for troops deploying to the Mexican border
“According to the Congressional Research Service, under the extended support, the military may provide “assistance in maintenance or upgrade of equipment; transportation of personnel; establishment and operation of operations or training bases; training of law enforcement personnel; detecting and monitoring traffic within 25 miles of the border; road and fence construction; light installation along smuggling corridors; the establishment of command and control centers and computer networks; the provision of linguist and intelligence analysis services; and aerial and ground reconnaissance.””
USCIS beginning to use digital tablets to administer the English reading and writing tests during naturalization interviews as part of the agency’s ongoing “business” modernization efforts.
What about administering Naturalization exams is…a business? How many elderly people will fail because they will have issues writing with a stylus? My clients already have trouble with the digital tablets. People with vision problems don’t use tablets because they are hard to see, and often glasses produce glare.
Is this really worth it? This is what our tax dollars is going to?
Computer or tablet ‘literacy’ is not a naturalization requirement. I guess we’ll have to start helping our clients practice writing with a digital stylus on top of the English and Civics preparation.
Source: USCIS Using Tablets to Administer the English Reading and Writing Tests for Naturalization | USCIS
A new report from the Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Homeland Security offers shocking details of the complete failure of the Trump Administration to provide for the care of the children it tore from the hands of their parents at the Border under its now-infamous “Zero Tolerance” police.
Simply put…they lied:
On June 23, 2018, the Department of Homeland Security announced that this problem had been corrected and that a “central database” had been created that ICE, Border Patrol, and the Office for Refugee Resettlement could all access. “However,” the Inspector General, “found no evidence that such a database exists.” Let that sink in. Under pressure to account for the disappearance of children, they simply lied!
Source: Homeland Security Lied About Family Separation Says Inspector General Report – Long Island Wins
OIG Report: https://www.oig.dhs.gov/sites/default/files/assets/2018-10/OIG-18-84-Sep18.pdf
The number of new immigrants granted “greens cards” was already down by 20% before last week’s announcement that a new rule was being proposed that might prevent people who receive certain government benefits from being granted permanent residence. That proposed change is not in effect now, and is unlikely to go into effect before January, …
Unlike prior administrations that tried to tamp down misunderstandings about changes in how laws are interpreted, the Trump team exploits fear to keep immigrants from becoming permanent residents and citizens. Any other administration would have issued a press release by now assuring immigrants that no one needs to stop receiving benefits immediately, that this rule will not go into effect until 2019, if at all.
We’ll see them in court.
Source: Team Trump Creates Confusion on Proposed Public Charge Rule – Long Island Wins
“Current beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) under Somalia’s designation who want to maintain their status through the 18-month extension period ending on March 17, 2020, must re-register between Aug. 27, 2018, and Oct. 26, 2018.”
Call your lawyer today!!!
Source: Re-Registration Period Now Open for Temporary Protected Status for Somalia | USCIS