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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: City Reels After Public Charge Win

Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: Tension Builds Over County Jail ICE Contracts — British Family Detained After They Accidentally Drove into the U.S., They Say — Census Information Gathering Continues

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Early Arrival: Immigrant Advocates Fight Borough-Based Jails

Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: Judge Denies Parties Interested in Joining Green Light Act Lawsuit — Canadian Man Banned from U.S. for Volunteering at Arts Festival — Acting ICE Director Slams Judge’s Ruling

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Early Arrival: Federal Judge Halts Rensselaer County Clerk’s Attack on Green Light Law

Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: New York’s Non-Citizen Seniors Retreat from Benefits — Towns Profited from Immigration Detention for a Century — Supreme Court Deliberates DACA