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Mr. Pacheco recalls his first days as an immigrant living in Brighton Beach and later in Bensonhurst. (Photo by Carmen Molina Tamacas via Bklyner)

Continuing the Fight on Behalf of TPS Holders

Brooklyn, Immigration, Latino October 10, 2018 at 5:27 pm

Bklyner takes a look at how the recent developments concerning temporary protected status have changed the lives of TPS holders in Brooklyn as their future remains in doubt.

Ecuadorean Roots Run Deep, Here and at Home

Ecuadorean Roots Run Deep, Here and at Home

Business, Featured Posts, Immigration, Latino, Metro Area, South American February 15, 2013 at 10:47 am

As tens of thousands of Ecuadoreans in the metro area prepare to vote in Ecuador’s general elections this Sunday, Feb. 17, El Diario-La Prensa reports extensively on this growing South American community whose numbers reach 600,000 in the tri-state area according to estimates.

Nohemi Ixmata and her children, Yulmi y Aarón. She is from the Altiplano (highlands) of Guatemala and came to Bensonhurst nine years ago. (Photo by Carmen Molina-Tamacas/EDLP)

A ‘Little Guatemala’ Emerges in Bensonhurst

Demographics, Immigration April 26, 2012 at 3:24 pm

El Diario La Prensa introduces us to a Guatemalan enclave in the southeastern corner of Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, where family, traditions and religion take the lead.

Guadalupe Castillero and his children Selena, 16, Guadalupe, 9, and Jeter, 6, is hoping that his wife Concepción Torcaz is released soon. She was arrested at her Bushwick apartment on April 11. (Photo by Carmen Molina-Tamacas via El Diario)

Inside an ICE Home Raid: Force and Deceit to Arrest a Mother

Brooklyn, Immigration, Mexican June 4, 2018 at 5:35 pm

A Bushwick family tells El Diario/La Prensa how ICE agents stormed into their house under false pretenses and without a warrant, to take away a mother of three.