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You have protection against eviction right now no matter what your immigration status — but only if you fill out a form called a hardship declaration.
Immigration advocates rallied outside Police Headquarters in Lower Manhattan to call for officials to drop charges against people arrested at an anti-ICE protest, Sept. 21, 2020. Ben Fractenberg/THE CITY

¿Qué sucede te amenazan con desalojo o con llamar a ICE?

Si un arrendador lo está amenazando con ICE, usted tiene protección sin importar cuál sea su estado migratorio. Sin embargo, debe completar un formulario y saber a dónde ir si esto le sucede.

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Poll Suggests Why Latinos Aren’t Getting COVID-19 Vaccine

Plus: Biden plans to meet with DACA recipients, and DHS secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says border surge is waning

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Race Heats Up for City Council Seat In Immigrant-Heavy Bronx District

Plus: Behind the scenes of Documented's pandemic documentary, Chinatown businessman owns $1 million in unpaid wages, and more.

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Border Arrests Slightly Increased in April

Plus: Undocumented make up half of U.S. farmworkers, 20,000 minors waiting to be reunited with families, and more immigration news.