AOL Latino has created a hub to deal with the immigration issues of the Hispanic-American community in America.
The site offers access to immigration news, blogs and message boards, as well as links to government resources, views of presidential candidates and information on immigration laws and policies.
Ralph Rivera, vice president and general manager of AOL Latino, said the latest addition comes on the heels of the relaunch of the portal, which incorporated new and more user-friendly features.
"AOL Latino strives to stay at the forefront of the most relevant issues in the Latino community and immigration is a hot topic that is important to our users," said Rivera.
"With this launch, we are offering a home where our audience can stay on top of the ongoing immigration conversation via breaking news and interaction with leaders and peers."
Rivera said the new immigration hub showed AOL Latino’s strong commitment to providing up-to-date, user-friendly information on the issues Hispanics are most concerned about.
"This will help Latinos become better informed participants in American society," said Janet Murgia, National Council of La Raza President and CEO.
"We look forward to continuing our partnership with AOL in the years to come."
Features in the immigration hub include: news from a variety of sources; quizzes showing what to expect on the US Citizenship Test; governmental links to resources for renewing Green Cards or gaining citizenship; and interactive features that let users discuss the content.
The launch of the immigration hub comes hot on the heels of the relaunch of the AOL Latino portal, which Rivera said incorporated new features and made the site even more user-friendly.
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