Tenement immigrants are taking the game to the next level, thanks to an internship program that is hiring the first Filipino-born staff members for the NYPD.
Tenement immigration games are a popular social game in New Jersey, where some residents are welcoming the game with open arms.
In this week’s episode of “Tenement Immigration,” host Chris Brown talks with an immigration lawyer who helps undocumented immigrants who want to move into the United States.
Brown talks to the attorney about how the new program is different than traditional “green cards,” which were given to people who had already arrived in the U.S.
They can still apply for a green card, but they are not eligible for other programs like student aid or social services.
In the case of the new Tenement Immigration game, which will be running through September, applicants must be at least 25 years old and have been living in New Yorks Tenement since August 2018.
Applicants will have to pay $15,000 and get fingerprinted.
Applicants will also have to get a letter from the city saying they are legal permanent residents and have a job.
Tenements Immigration is not just about the games, Brown says.
It’s also about educating people on the new immigrant experience.
For example, they have to sign up for a course called “Living in the Tenement.”
It teaches immigrants how to survive in the neighborhood.
They will also learn how to apply for government benefits like Medicaid, food stamps and rent assistance.
The program will be funded by the city, and the city hopes it will help many new immigrants find a job and afford their rent.
Brown says this is a game-changing program.
“The Tenement program is about helping these immigrants navigate the game and make an informed decision about where they want to live,” Brown said.