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New Jersey Approves Fund for Undocumented Immigrants and Excluded Workers

Undocumented immigrants and excluded workers will receive $40 million of the state’s $275 million economic relief package.

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Two New Immigration Judges Announced for New York

The Executive Office for Immigration Review announced the appointment of 17 new immigration judges, two of whom will serve in New York.

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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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Immigration Court Closures are Leaving Cases Unheard

U.S. immigration courts have been shut down for over a year, leaving 146,000 cases still pending in New York.

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NYPD Investigating Dozens of Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

66 anti-Asian bias cases are under investigation as hate crimes, after thousands of cases were reported last year.

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Resources for Immigrants with Disabilities in New York

Members of our WhatsApp community have requested help for individuals with disabilities. Below is a list of statewide, citywide and nonprofit organizations that offer services for individuals and/or family members in need. Please reach out with questions or requests at info@documentedny.com.

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Here’s What the Top Mayoral Candidates Say They’ll Do for Immigrant New Yorkers

Documented and City & State dug through the Democratic mayoral candidates' plans for the City’s immigrant residents. This is what we found

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Documented Nominated for Two Deadline Club Awards

Documented is a finalist in the categories of Radio or Audio Investigative Reporting and Newspaper or Digital Local News Reporting.

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These Laundromat Workers Were Fired After Forming a Union. Now They’re Fighting Back

Six immigrant women formed the first storefront laundromat union in the City. Their company hired a "Union Avoidance" consultant to dissuade them and fired them anyway.

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