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Immigrant workers protest for financial aid from New York State. Photo: Max Siegelbaum for Documented

‘I had to be strong for my children’: New York’s undocumented immigrants tell their pandemic stories

The estimated half a million undocumented residents in the city were among its worst hit by COVID-19 - resilience and acts of kindness kept many keep going in the hardest days

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Lo que significa la legalización del uso recreativo de marihuana para los inmigrantes en Nueva York

Aunque los defensores de inmigrantes dicen que la legalización del uso recreativo de marihuana es un paso bienvenido para la comunidad inmigrante en Nueva York, los inmigrantes todavía tienen que tomar precauciones si poseen o usan marihuana. Aquí te decimos porque.

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Immigrant Workforce Growing in Wisconsin Dairy Farms

Plus: Poultry plants endangering immigrant workers, states extending health care to immigrants, asylum appointments canceled

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New Jersey Gov. Hasn’t ‘Personally Reviewed’ ICE Contract Bill

Plus: What to expect from Biden in immigration courts, essential workers protest for citizenship in New York