The immigration courts at Varick Street in New York are still using video teleconferencing for hearings five months after protests ended.
Jackson Heights and South Ozone Park in Queens saw a particularly large boom in turnout this year.
Almost three-quarters of immigrant detainees have to wait more than two months to see a judge.
The government has deemed immigrants “public charges” since people were arriving at Ellis Island by boat.
Candidates aligned with the President lost around the state
Democrats have fresh opportunities to pass immigration reforms and question federal authorities.
Can they succeed where other get-out-the-vote efforts have failed?
Races to unseat state Senator Marty Golden and Rep. Dan Donovan could be decided by a large turnout of Arab American voters.
In court documents, one man alleges Bergen County Jail neglected his health and violated his constitutional rights
Half a dozen ICE agents and court officers wrestled with the man outside a Queens courthouse on Thursday