Just have a minute? Here are the top stories you need to know about immigration.
Uber to fund an e-bike buy-back program for delivery workers in New York to help combat battery fires:
The company also said it would support an additional fee on food deliveries to help workers afford safer options. The news follows the recent death of two children on Monday to an e-bike fire. — The Verge
- Read more: Uber released a report about ebikes in New York City, emerging policies and best practices share
How to apply for public housing in NYC:
Individuals are eligible to apply if they are U.S. citizens or have eligible immigration status, or if at least one household member is a U.S. citizen or a non-citizen with eligible immigration status. — Read the full guide on Documented share
How to access food benefit programs for eligible immigrants:
Access to nutritious food is a challenge for many immigrants, but New York’s SNAP and food stamps can help. — Read our guide on how to apply for SNAP, find food pantries, and more share
Migration Policy Institute to hold event on strengthening health services for unaccompanied children:
The virtual conversation on April 24 marks the end of a 2022 project by MPI and the American Academy of Pediatrics to study unaccompanied children’s access to health services after release from federal custody. — Read more share
Around the U.S.
Mexican migration chief to be charged over fire, but keep job:
Mexico President Obrador’s choice to retain Francisco Garduño contrasts with the federal attorney general’s decision to indict Garduño for his involvement in the fire that caused 40 deaths. — ABC News share
ICE deported him to Afghanistan, then flew him back to L.A.:
The hasty deportation and subsequent return of one man suggests ICE is repatriating individuals to other countries, including dangerous ones, without adequately reviewing their cases. — L.A. Times (Paywall) share
Biden moves to expand Medicaid and ACA health coverage for Dreamers:
President Biden announced that the Department of Health and Human Services will propose a rule to expand Medicaid and Affordable Care Act coverage to DACA recipients. — Watch here
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