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Manhattan, New York - May 6, 2018: Views of Federal Plaza building. Photo: Christopher Lee for Documented.

ICE Filed Over 100,000 New Cases and Clogged the Courts at the Peak of the Pandemic

The court shutdown has caused immigration judges’ productivity to plummet while ICE is sending new cases and filing motions to reopen cases that were administratively closed in the past

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How Immigration Fit Into the Final Presidential Debate

President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden discussed their immigration records, including Remain in Mexico and zero tolerance

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545 Children Still Separated from Parents, 3 Years Later

Lawyers are struggling to reunite more than 1000 children separated from their parents at the border under Trump's zero tolerance policy

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Asian American New Yorkers See Highest Unemployment Growth

Asian Americans saw a massive unemployment jump during the pandemic, revealing low-income workers' precarious situations