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Immigration lawyers are cautiously optimistic that the Biden administration will be able to untangle the chaos of the immigration courts
An entrance to 26 Federal Plaza, the site of one of New York City's three immigration courts. Max Siegelbaum for Documented

Immigration Court Closures are Leaving Cases Unheard

U.S. immigration courts have been shut down for over a year, leaving 146,000 cases still pending in New York.

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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.