A new immigrant social networking site aim to provide a tool to help people make connections and build a support system to help ease their transition into life in America.
Though Hispanics represent 52 million consumers in this country and the majority of population growth, when it comes to financial planning, or even every day banking and insurance needs, we as a group are still in the minority.
A bi-partisan group of California leaders filed an initiative that would establish a pilot program for undocumented workers, which would require them to pay state income taxes.
Three Florida Republicans endorsed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney for his 2012 election run on Tuesday.
More than 40 years after arriving in New York from Mexico uneducated and broke, Felix Sanchez de la Vega Guzman still can barely speak English. Yet Mr. Sanchez has lived the great American success story. He turned a business selling tortillas on the street into a $19 million food manufacturing empire.
More than any other demographic, Hispanic homeowners were slammed by the mortgage crisis. Nearly half of the all the foreclosures in California between September 2006 and October 2009 (48%), were for Hispanic homeowners. But now, young Hispanic American families are poised to play an influential role in the housing recovery as first-time home buyers absorb excess inventory.
America has always been a nation that prides itself on rising above adversity and beating the odds. But more than two years since the end of the most punishing recession since the Great Depression, American families hoping to stay in the middle class are facing long odds.
Though the debt crisis has been averted for now, there is another national crisis speeding on at full speed -- the education of students of color.
¿Cuando te Veré? examines the phenomenon of a family divide by the U.S.-Mexico border. It is the story about separation, pain, and the ultimate sacrifice a family makes to reach the “American Dream” as a means for survival.
There are fewer undocumented immigrants in California because many are now finding the American dream south of the border.