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Labor Primary category in which blog post is published

After Eight Years, Car Wash Workers Can Cash Their Final Paychecks

The workers divided up the cash from a $9.4 million payout

Immigration Court Primary category in which blog post is published

Facing the Immigration Courts Alone

A program in New York is hoping to create a public defender system for immigrants in immigration courts.

Immigration Enforcement Primary category in which blog post is published

On the Brink of Being Homeless in a Sanctuary City

Despite a citywide rise in deportations, families of undocumented persons are ineligible for housing benefits, putting them at risk of homelessness.

Immigration Detention Primary category in which blog post is published

Public Pensions Pour Millions into Private Prison Companies

A New York State Pension Fund has One of the Largest Investments in the Country

Immigration Enforcement Primary category in which blog post is published

On Long Island, Undocumented Drivers Risk Their Freedom From Town to Town

Local departments make their own policies on contacting Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Health Care Primary category in which blog post is published

Undocumented Immigrants Struggle to Access Dialysis Treatment in New Jersey

The state’s network of dialysis providers are at a breaking point as charity services hit capacity.

Immigration Enforcement Primary category in which blog post is published

New York, a Sanctuary State, Provides Criminal Justice Data to ICE

The state forwards notifications about certain immigrants to federal authorities.

Special Immigrant Juvenile Status Primary category in which blog post is published

The Trials of Being Undocumented and Turning 18

A group of young immigrants fleeing violence fought the Trump administration for their right to stay in the United States – and won.