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Diego carries his younger brother, Fabrizzio, into their home in Long Island. Even though they are fifteen years apart, the brothers spend their afternoons together. Cristina Baussan

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.

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Court Rules Detained Immigrants Must Appear For Judge Within 10 Days

Detained immigrants are currently waiting weeks or months to see a judge, an increase from an average of 11 days in 2014.

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Immigrants Left Out of COVID-19 Emergency Rent Relief

After four months, over half of all reviewed applications to New York's State Rent Relief Program have been denied and 40% of the money hasn't been distributed.

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Court Affirms New York Undocumented Immigrants Can Get Driver’s Licenses

Court Affirms NY Undocumented Immigrants Can Get Driver’s Licenses