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Diego, 20, stands at the train station near his home in Long Island. Last March, his application for SIJS was denied, leaving him in limbo until his case is resolved. Long Island, New York. Cristina Baussan 2019, All Rights Reserved.

Early Arrival: New York SIJS Applicants Twice What Advocates Previously Thought

Friday’s Edition of Early Arrival: New York Has Twice the SIJS Applicants Than Previously Thought — Civilians Get Citizenship Over Military Immigrants — Trump’s Immigration System Overhaul

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Resources for Immigrants with Disabilities in New York

Here are free resources for New Yorkers living with disabilities

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Hondurans Migrating to U.S. in Large Numbers

U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported more than 41,000 encounters with Hondurans at the U.S.-Mexico border in March.

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Asian-American Artists Speak Against Hate Through Art

A rise in anti-Asian violence and hate during the pandemic has inspired art displays across New York City and the U.S.