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Alivio de alquiler para inmigrantes en Nueva York

Todos los inquilinos de NY, sin importar el estatus migratorio, podrán aplicar al programa estatal de alivio de alquiler (ERAP) empezando el día martes, 1 de junio de 2021. El programa brinda alivio financiero de hasta 12 meses de alquiler acumulado y hasta 3 meses de asistencia adicionales a personas afectadas por la pandemia COVID-19.

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¿Qué sucede si excedió su visa turista en Estados Unidos?

La cerradura de aeropuertos por la pandemia COVID-19 impidió la salida de turistas en los Estados Unidos antes de que expire su visa turista. Esto es lo que debe saber antes de regresar a los Estados Unidos.

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ITIN Delays Are Keeping Undocumented Workers From Relief Funds

With the IRS dealing with backlogs of new ITIN applications, and IDNYC applications on the decline, undocumented immigrants eligible for the Excluded Workers Fund are facing delays to obtain the required documentation.

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The Chinatown Businessman Who Confronted de Blasio Owes Nearly $1 Million in Unpaid Wages

Patrick Mock went viral for confronting de Blasio over neglecting Chinatown. Former workers of a restaurant he co-owned have yet to collect their owed wages from a lawsuit he never showed up for two years ago.

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AAFE, a Nonprofit and One of Chinatown’s Largest Landlords, Has a Troubling Record

Documented reviewed dozens of real estate filings, spoke with former and current tenants, a former AAFE employee, housing lawyers and organizers. Together, these sources tell a story of an organization that has received taxpayer and philanthropic support in order to provide affordable housing for low-income tenants, but operates, in many ways, just like any other landlord or real estate developer.

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Landlord Sues New Jersey Immigration Jail for Alleged Dangerous Conditions

The owners of a warehouse being used to hold immigrant detainees in Elizabeth, New Jersey, claim conditions at the facility are unsafe.

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Immigrant Workers on Strike for Higher Wages at Catsimatidis’ Oil Company

The company has sent letters to three of the workers on strike stating that they have been permanently replaced. Neither UMEC nor Catsimatidis himself responded to Documented’s request for comment.

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