Oswaldo Cabrera dice luchar por los derechos de los inmigrantes indocumentados. Muchas de las personas a las que supuestamente defiende cuentan que no hizo más que sacarles dinero. Aquí está la investigación completa de BuzzFeed News del resumen que publicamos ayer.
Oswaldo Cabrera les promete a los indocumentados papeles. Sin embargo, la gente a la que él “ayuda” cuenta a BuzzFeed News que les robó dinero. Este post es parte de una investigación de David Noriega publicada en BuzzFeed Español y cuya versión en inglés está aquí.
Oswaldo Cabrera says he was crusading for the rights of undocumented immigrants. Many of the people he was supposed to be helping say he was just taking their money.
PaseLaVoz is a peer-to-peer texting service that undocumented immigrants across the South use to alert one another about police checkpoints. Its success suggests potential for technologies designed to help the undocumented navigate life in America.
How did a tough-on-immigrants sheriff wind up convicted for conspiring to harbor illegal aliens? Jimmy Metts, the longest-serving sheriff in South Carolina, exploited the contradictions between anti-immigrant sentiment and the need for cheap, undocumented labor.
Data analyzed by BuzzFeed News shows the construction industry is a different and more dangerous world if you’re a Latino worker. More likely to be undocumented and work for smaller, less regulated employers, Latinos are dying in ever-larger numbers even as the industry grows safer for everyone else.
Inside the hard, conservative core of hardline anti-Castro exiles, the last five decades have been a passion play of backstabbings by the U.S. government. But Obama’s historic decision to establish diplomatic relations with Cuba, they say, is the most bitter of them all.
From one day to the next, Obama ended Cuba’s decades-long isolation and signed sanctions against Venezuela’s president. Miami’s Venezuelans had to mourn even as they celebrated.
A veteran of the hardline anti-Castro groups that carried out a campaign of assassinations and bombings in the 1980s believes ending the embargo will also bring down the Cuban regime.
Miami’s Cuban exiles have long been the heart of the anti-Castro movement in America. But are they now ready for a change? BuzzFeed News’ David Noriega reports from Miami.
A restaurant company allegedly owned by the Chinese government was ordered to pay its workers millions in back wages. Then it completely disappeared.
Obama is expected to move to spare millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation on Thursday. Scammers who profit from undocumented immigrants’ desire for legal status will be waiting.
Angela Navarro, a Honduran immigrant with a family of U.S. citizens, has been facing deportation for more than a decade. By moving into a church in North Philadelphia, she is adding to a growing movement of immigrants seeking refuge in churches across the country in defiance of federal deportation orders.
The former mayor of Iguala, Jose Luis Abarca, has been charged with the aggravated murder of six people, as well as the attempted murder of others.
The Affordable Care Act should have been a boon to noncitizen legal residents. Many are having trouble signing up.
Mexicans around the globe are mobilizing to put pressure on the Mexican government to find the 43 students from Guerrero who have been missing since September 26. Activists blame the government for what they call its complicity with drug violence.
As Superstorm Sandy’s floodwaters receded from the New York metropolitan area, much of the hardest, dirtiest, and most dangerous work fell to immigrant day laborers. Their stories, in their own words, as told to BuzzFeed News’ David Noriega.
“With the civil war, you can tell your family: Run to Ghana, or run to Nigeria, or run to the Ivory Coast. You could know where the rebels are coming from, and you could run the other way. With Ebola, you don’t know.”
The era of state legislation targeting immigrants “has subsided,” advocates tell BuzzFeed News. The state agreed to settle the last lawsuit against HB 56, its notorious law punishing undocumented immigrants, last week.
Moisés Escoto, an undocumented Central American immigrant, says Miami police officers arrested him and extorted $2,400 from his family under the pretense that they would set him free — then jailed him anyway. He is now facing deportation, and his lawyer intends to file a lawsuit against the City of Miami Police Department.