NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 13: Residences of a building listen to New York State's Attorney General Letitia James speak at a press conference to support rent controlled tenants who have been threatened with eviction because their landlord has filed for bankruptcy on March 13, 2019 in the East Village neighborhood of New York City. (Photo by Andrew Lichtenstein/Corbis via Getty Images)

Eviction Moratorium Extended, but Looming Housing Crisis Remains

Gov. Cuomo signed an extension of the eviction moratorium but advocates say housing rights for undocumented tenants in New York remain on shaky ground

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REAL ID: Appointment Requirements, Cost, and How to Get One

A REAL ID is a federally compliant DMV issued driver's license, learner permit or non-driver ID that will be required after May 2023 to board domestic flights or enter federal buildings. Here is information regarding what it is, how to make appointments, it's requirements. and how to get it.

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Migrant Children Still Stuck in Temporary Shelters for Months

Plus: Asylum seekers report 'horrible' conditions at immigration jail, undocumented crime victims get second chance at work permits.

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Chaotic Reopening of Immigration Courts Make New York Immigrants Fear Deportations

All hearings were cancelled when two of New York’s immigration courts closed due to the pandemic. Now, they’re reopening and advocates worry notices about the new hearings are not reaching immigrants in legal proceedings.