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Bronx, New York - May 6, 2018: Views of Jerome Avenue in the Bronx. Photo: Christopher Lee for Documented.

Can Immigrant Owned Businesses Survive Rezoning in the Bronx?

Jerome Avenue will undergo a dramatic transformation. Immigrant business owners worry they may be left behind

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Early Arrival: ICE Arrivals Continue at Albany Jail

Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: The Roots of Public Charge — Border Patrol Agent Raped and Tried to Kill Immigrants — Nielsen Headed for the Exit, Minors Affected by Ban, New Wall Demands

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This Russian Blacksmith Was Declared a Public Charge in 1913

The government has deemed immigrants “public charges” since people were arriving at Ellis Island by boat.

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Early Arrival: Street Vendors’ GPS Trackers Have Immigration Advocates Worried

Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: One Dreamer’s Journey Through the Immigration System — Troops Disgruntled About Border Dispatch — Asylum Revamp Takes Effect