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Federal Plaza building, home to one of New York's immigration courts.
Christopher Lee for Documented

Court Cases in New York Are Scheduled Out to 2023, Leaving Asylum Seekers Hopeless

For immigrants who have already been waiting years to appear before an immigration judge for asylum cases, pushing dates back even further can have an array of negative consequences. Witnesses can be harder to find, facts become more difficult to recall and the mental toll of waiting in limbo for years can be crushing, advocates said.

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Advocates Discuss Federal Policy Ending Work Immigration Raids

Plus: Very few asylum seekers were scanned under the rapid expulsion policy, and Biden's team defends using Title 42 even as borders reopen

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HHS Brings Back Emergency Shelter for Unaccompanied Afghan Minors in Michigan

Plus: Study finds immigrant workers face the most business discrimination, and ICE agents are accused of torturing asylum seekers