South Bronx United Brings Soccer, Study and Legal Help to Undocumented Teens

Promising soccer player Jhonny Theze fled Haiti after the 2010 earthquake killed his grandmother.

A Tragic Fire in the Bronx Brings Together an Immigrant Community

Thirteen people were killed a year ago, many of them immigrants from Ghana

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Surprise Docket Leaves NYC ICE Detainees Unrepresented in Court

Some ICE detainees have had hearings in court without lawyers despite a city-funded program to ensure they have representation.

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Surge in Prostitution Related Loitering Charges Affects Undocumented Immigrants

Loitering arrests have gone up more than 180 percent in the first ten months of 2018.

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A Man Who Cannot Speak Could Face Deportation Due to Changes in the Immigration Courts

Santos had a stroke earlier this year and cannot communicate with his lawyers. His case was previously administratively closed then sent back to immigration court.

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Artists and Writers Share Experiences of Immigration Detention

Musicians, poets and writers gathered on the Lower East Side for performances and discussions about immigration detention.

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ICE Again Increases Arrests of New Yorkers With No Criminal Records

Statistics illustrate the no tolerance attitude of the Trump Administration as non-criminal arrests spiked 87 percent.

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Meet Alan Vomacka: One of New York’s Toughest Immigration Judges

A trove of complaints paint Alan Vomacka as one of the country's harshest immigration judges.