Community-Based Organisations and Migration in New York City

  title={Community-Based Organisations and Migration in New York City},
  author={H Cordero-guzman},
This article shows how immigrant Community-Based Organisations (CBOs) play a central role during all parts of the immigration process and in the social, cultural, political and economic adaptation and incorporation of immigrants. It is based on interviews, and a survey with immigrant organisations in New York City. I argue that CBOs play a key role in: a) assisting individuals and families in the reunification process by providing advice and legal help to enter the country, change their… CONTINUE READING

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