Tag Archives: immigration
The significance of the “Public Charge” law and it’s affects to those who plan apply for legal status in the U.S. or depend on the public assistance program like MediCaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or CALFRESH in California or the supplemental social security income among other services. Guests: Georgina Guzman, Representative from the Employment Development […]
“Knowing Your Rights” if you come in contact with a ICE agent or police officer. The aggressive politics on immigration by the Administration Trump against undocumented continues to create fear on many communities. In recent days states throughout the U.S. have seen the presence of Immigration Customs and Enforcement (ICE) officials. Guests: Ricardo Nuñez, Immigration […]
What to do and what not to do when encounter with an ICE agent. There appears to be a noticeable increase in ICE activity in various parts of Northern California. Also, Trump’s shutdown is adding 20,000 cases per week to the record high immigration court backlog. People had likely waited years to get hearings scheduled, […]
Every year about 700 thousand people become U.S. Citizens. The right to vote, not get deported, able to run for public office, travel outside the country for long time, access to other areas of employment are some of benefits of becoming a U.S. Citizen. Also, discussed in this program was the process to apply for […]
Racial profiling affects many undocumented, immigration laws are getting stricter those who drive under the influence of any substance or alcohol and receive a citation will find it more difficult to gain legal status in this country. Guest: Aridna Renteria, Immigration Attorney
THURSDAY, JULY 2. PROGRAM # 7556 12:00 PM PT Migrant Hero. The public television network PBS is featuring online a short film on Hugo Morales, a Mixtec Indian who went from migrant farmworker as a child to Harvard graduate and to creator of the Latino radio network in US public broadcasting. The producer of the […]
While the immigration issue doesn’t appear to be inspiring much urgency from Republicans going into the midterm elections, the pressure to attract Latino votes before the general election of 2016 could be a factor in Republicans’ calculations.
This is a repeat of a recorded and edited version of the live town hall meeting on immigration reform held in Fresno City Hall, in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Guests: Cristina Olea, CSUF student and DACA beneficiary; Brisa Cruz, CSUF student and DACA beneficiary; Diana Tellefson-Torres, executive director, UFW Foundation; David Cardenas, Mayor, City of […]
Bajo la sombra de las arboledas en el jardín de la iglesia San AntonioClaret familias enteras se sentaron a escuchar al Sacerdote Rey Alcántara durantela celebración de misa de ramos.