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Zero Tolerance Primary category in which blog post is published

This Family Followed the Government’s Rules. They Were Separated Anyway

Despite crossing the border at a legal point of entry, with all the relevant paperwork to claim asylum, Carlos and his daughter Leila were still separated from each other. They're not the only ones.

Criminal Justice Primary category in which blog post is published

Is ICE Retaliating Against Local Laws?

People in this New Jersey county think so.

Migration Primary category in which blog post is published

When the Border Crisis Comes to New York

Two young Bangladeshi men died crossing the US-Mexico border. A Queens organizer helped bring them home.

Detention Primary category in which blog post is published

Neighboring County Sheriffs Differ on How to Detain Immigrants

The Albany County Sheriff and Rensselaer County Sheriff both hold immigrant detainees, but differ in their detention practices. The result: some detainees have lawyers in one facility and don't in the other.

Surveillance Primary category in which blog post is published

NYPD Continues to Focus Surveillance on Muslims

More than 80 percent of the NYPD's investigations into political activity target Muslim people or organizations, Documented has learned.

Detention Primary category in which blog post is published

For One Man, Immigration Detention Nearly Meant Death

Miguel Almonte says he was denied healthcare in a New Jersey detention center, while his health rapidly deteriorated

Detention Primary category in which blog post is published

Attorneys Aid Hundreds of Detainees in an Albany Jail

The Albany County Correctional Facility has seen an unprecedented surge in its immigrant detainee population

Business Primary category in which blog post is published

Former CIA Subcontractor Deports Immigrants for ICE

The company aided the agency's black site program and also arranged former HHS chief Tom Price's private flights

Crimmigration Primary category in which blog post is published

NJ Bail Reform Creates Unintended Consequences for Immigrants

Lawyers say immigrants are being swept up into the system