Pakistani Consulate - Photo: Leeno/Flickr

Pakistani Immigrant Community Rocked By Times Square Plot

In the wake of the arrest of a naturalized US citizen from Pakistan in connection with the failed car bomb attack on Times Square, many Pakistani Americans are angry and scared.

Loida Nicolas Lewis (in blue necklace) and grassroots activists.

Filipino Immigrant Community Prays For Peaceful Philippines Elections

Voters in the Philippines will use automated machines for the first time in Monday’s elections. Filipino Americans are nervous the system will fail, and the elections will be marred by corruption and violence.

A Filipino Nanny Sitting in New York's Central Park - Photo: Cristina Pastor

Filipino Nannies: Desired but Unprotected

Undocumented Filipino nannies are highly sought after among wealthy Manhattan families, but they have no protection from abuse.

House for sale in Flushing, Queens

Between A Rock and A Hard Place: Asian Immigrants and Foreclosures in NYC

Asian immigrants in New York City continue to reel from the economic recession, particularly the aftermath of the housing market collapse.

Mount Sinai Hospital - Photo: Cristina DC Pastor

Once a Hospital Mainstay, Filipino Immigrant Nurses Face Dwindling Job Opportunities

In NY, with a heavy concentration of Filipino nurses working in hospitals and nursing homes, 3 areas of concern weigh heavily: the recession, a shortage of visas, and a testing scandal.


Filipinos Divided Over Census According to Immigration Status

While Filipino Americans generally support the census, undocumented Filipino immigrants worry about giving out personal information.

Filipino veteran Franco Arcebal testifies before Congress - Photo: ACFV.

Stimulus Package Includes Long-Awaited Reward for Filipinos Who Fought for the U.S.

After a decades-long fight, Filipinos who served in the U.S. Armed Forces in World War II see their claim recognized by the American government thanks to the Obama administration’s stimulus package.