The New American office in New York will expand its digital literacy program and software training courses this summer.
The program is designed to help new Americans find meaningful jobs.
The state launched the Immigrants Can Code program in 2020, giving low-income migrants, especially those affected by the coronavirus pandemic, access to digital literacy education and more advanced software training.
Training classes are currently available until next summer.
The Deputy Secretary of State will join us and explain all the expansion.
Also in today’s episode, a federal judge blocked DACA’s new application, a program to postpone childhood arrivals.
The US District Court in Texas has ordered the US Citizenship and Immigration Department to suspend approval of applications.
The hundreds of thousands of “dreamers” who applied for the program are now at a loss.
DACA is a program initiated by President Obama to prevent the deportation of some immigrants brought to the United States as children.
Congress has not yet agreed on a law that would enable the path to citizenship for DACA recipients.
In this episode, we’ll talk to immigration lawyer Steve Maggie about the implications of ordering for this program.
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Tiempo with Joe Torres: Digital Literacy, Software Training, DACA
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