Immigration Reform

NYS Farm Bureau

The Green Light Bill has been signed by Governor Cuomo, which means undocumented workers can now get driver’s licenses. Advocates say this is a benefit for many of their employers-- farmers. But farmers have many more concerns when it comes to migrant workers and immigration reform. WBFO’s Nick Lippa spoke with New York Farm Bureau Spokesperson Steve Ammerman.

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 The history of a people who have influenced our nation for over 100 years is brought to life in the new PBS documentary, The Italian Americans.

WBFO News photo of poster for event.

Violence flows at the Mexican border where many seek asylum in the United States. That issue will be highlighted Wednesday night as the 33rd Annual Father A. Joseph Bissonnette Lain America Event will be held at Daemen College in Amherst.

Collins reacts to sweeping immigration reform bill

Jun 28, 2013
WBFO News photos by Eileen Buckley

A historic immigration reform bill was passed by the U.S. Senate late Thursday afternoon. If approved in the House, citizenship would be provided to 11 million immigrants already living in America illegally.

WBFO News by photo Mike Desmond

U.S. Senator Charles Schumer used Buffalo's Dyngus Day celebration as back drop for his announcement to include New York’s Polish American community a priority in the comprehensive immigration reform efforts.