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Immigration under Trump: backlogs and courts independency

How the current administration has affected backlogs, the independency of courts and has ordered a massive reopening of old cases

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De Blasio Asks ICE to Stop Impersonating NYPD Officers

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrest residents while dressed as New York Police Department officers, and are unlikely to stop.

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How a Teenager’s Immigration Court Case Upended the Entire System

Reynaldo Castro-Tum's case triggered former Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end administrative closure, which immigration judges use to close cases

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Muslim Families Continue to Struggle Due to Travel Ban

The travel ban was issued in Trump’s first week as president and has gone through many iterations, but in his first term, it has impacted the lives of thousands of Americans hoping that their loved ones could join them.

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Documented Selected as Finalists in LION and Online Journalism Awards

Documented was selected as a finalist for three LION Awards and an Online Journalism Award

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Growing USCIS Backlogs Could Be Worsened by Spending Cuts

Planned cuts to USCIS could further compound an already growing backlog, experts say.

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Cómo hablar con familiares y amigos que comparten información falsa o errónea por internet

En colaboración con Pen America, publicamos una guía para poder responder cuando familiares y amigos difunden información errónea o falsa.

Immigration Court Primary category in which blog post is published

ICE Filed Over 100,000 New Cases and Clogged the Courts at the Peak of the Pandemic

The court shutdown has caused immigration judges’ productivity to plummet while ICE is sending new cases and filing motions to reopen cases that were administratively closed in the past

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New York Frontline Workers Claim to Have Been Fired for Having COVID-19

A single mother of seven on Long Island says she was fired for having Covid-19 by FDR Services, a laundry company that services NYC hospitals

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