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Bangladeshi Enclave Grows in City Line
Undocumented Immigrants Still In Post-Storm Limbo
At the Corner Deli, a Yemeni Immigrant Saga
Protect Immigrant Work Rights—-By Making them Owners
Brooklyn Students Press for Dream Act
For an Iraqi in New York, U.S. Withdrawal is Not War's End
For Low-Income Immigrants, Status Complicates Survival
Some Young Migrants Face Deportation With No Lawyer
Shopping For Change In Crown Heights
Immigrants On Front Lines Of Housing Fight
Living On The Edge: East New York & Bay Ridge Go Off Script
Fact Checking The State Of The City
For White Marijuana Users, Odds Of Arrest Low
Small Businesses On The Edge In Bay Ridge
A 'D' For Details: Should The City Release Teachers' Ratings?
Immigrant Youth Get Politically Active, Spurred By Proposed Law
From Africa To New York, The Perils and Rewards of Immigration
Hasidic Rapper Promotes Racial Harmony In Crown Heights
Despite the pride many Americans have for the country's diverse population, many immigrants continue to face exclusive challenges. Children face difficulties in finding proper schools, and many times employers turn away immigrant workers from job opportunities. However, immigrants still build their lives in New York City and help create a universally unique city.
Immigrant workers who send money to support their families contribute mightily to their home countries' economies. But high fees and other obstacles erode the impact this cash could have.
Watch a video interview about the challenges facing young migrants who end up in immigration court without the money to hire a lawyer.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
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Saturday, December 21, 2013
3:30p - 6:30p
City Limits hosted Celebration! to honor its 35th Anniversary and the people who make a difference in New York City's civic and advocacy community. Hosted by CUNY-BMCC, Mayor Michael Bloomberg proclaimed Wednesday, October 26, 2011 City Limits Day in honor of the non-profit investigative journalism organization.
: Why the city made good on an old housing pledge