North Fork Spanish Apostolate in Riverhead helps reunite immigrant families

Families who visit the center have children who

Families who visit the center have children who have crossed the Mexican border alone. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

As tens of thousands of children cross into the U.S. without documentation, some Long Island families are turning to a center in Riverhead to help them reunite with their children.

The North Fork Spanish Apostolate says it sees between four and five new families come through their door each day.

Two immigrant sisters who live in Riverhead are hoping the center can help reunite them with...

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