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Haitian and Mexican immigrants work long days on this farm in Upstate, NY. Long sleeves, hats, and scarves protect them from the dangers of the sun, pesticides and bugs. Photo: Arleen Thaler, 2018

Early Arrival: Federal Bill Would Help New York Farmworkers

Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: Trump Administration Seeks to Dismiss Courthouse Arrests Lawsuit — Visa Requires Health Insurance Proof — Homeland Security Secretary Loophole

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Newsletter Primary category in which blog post is published

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 at least 60% 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