CARECEN in the News
Long Island immigration assistance groups ready to help bused migrants who arrive in Nassau and Suffolk counties
The migrants arriving at the Port Authority terminal are “shellshocked. They find there is no one here waiting for them.” said Elise de Castillo, executive director of the Hempstead-based Central American Refugee Center. CARECEN is ready to help any of the newcomers with legal services, English classes and job readiness programs, she said.
Listening to the Teachers: Six Ways to Tackle Disrupted Learning in English Language Learners
The Central American Refugee Center
in New York brings first-hand experience working with students who are
new to the US.
Inmigrantes de Long Island luchan solos contra la deportación
CARECEN y Safe Passage Project son solo algunas de las numerosas organizaciones que intentan abordar la necesidad de asesoría legal para quienes enfrentan la deportación
‘Dreamers’ urge compassion for families, children at US border
Amid an increase in migration at the US-Mexico border, DACA recipients relive their own journeys to the US decades ago.
Undocumented workers eligible for thousands from state
CARECEN's Executive Director, Elise De Castillo comments on New York state's $2.1 billion "Excluded Workers Fund," and how it benefits workers that without legal status.