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Dane Freeman (center) and his familyDane Freeman

Thousands of New Yorkers Could be Headed Back to Immigration Court

After their cases were suspended years ago, Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to reopen them.

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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

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Early Arrival: Trump’s Anti-Immigration Message Resonates With His Base

Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: New Yorkers Largely Reject Trump’s Immigration Rhetoric — Immigration Board Rejects Journalist’s Appeal — Trump Administration Presses Supreme Court to Review DACA Decisions