Results tagged with 'immigration'
Published March 21, 2019
The message arrived yesterday, in the wake of the revival on Facebook this week of a post I wrote about hidden Milwaukee graffiti. There's more to be found in a walkway between a retail building and a home on Van Buren Street, near Brady Street, it said.
Published July 13, 2018
When local tech entrepreneur Ruben Flores made a simple, screen-printed T-shirt emblazoned with one word (IMMIGRANT) and began wearing it around town, he had no idea that it would spark a movement.
Published Aug. 6, 2017
Since the start of the Trump administration, undocumented people across the state of Wisconsin have been filling out Power of Attorney forms (POA), Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published May 5, 2017
What's the economic impact of Cinco de Mayo in the Hispanic community? How do local establishments view a day that isn't really celebrated in Mexico but is an unofficial American holiday? What is May 5 like for Mexican-owned businesses?
Published Feb. 12, 2017
The president's recent executive order on immigration has called attention to the needs of refugees who are already in the U.S. Here are a few places to get involved and support refugees in Milwaukee, as compiled by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.
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Almost two years ago my husband and I found out that his immigrant visa interview had been scheduled at the U.S. Consulate in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, just across the border with El Paso, Texas. We had been waiting for the interview for more than a year, so we were excited, but also terrified. My...
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