Articles By Felipe De La Hoz
Here's how the NY attorney general hopeful would do it
Friday's edition of Early Arrival: Some Sudanese New Yorkers in Limbo — For-Hire Vehicle Legislation Impacts Largely Immigrant Workforce — Immigrants Already Foregoing Government Services Out of Fear
Cab drivers rejoice as Uber condemns the measure.
Bergen County jail held three times its listed capacity of ICE detainees at the start of the 2018 fiscal year.
Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: ICE Didn't Comply in Release of Pizza Deliveryman – Houston Courts Have High Denial Rates for Asylum – Tighter Refugee Cap Proposed
A judge ruled on Wednesday night that ICE has been improperly holding Pablo Villavicencio in a form of custody, despite an order of release.
Despite crossing the border at a legal point of entry, with all the relevant paperwork to claim asylum, Carlos and his daughter Leila were still separated from each other. They're not the only ones.
Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: Meeting Reunification Deadline in NY Proves Chaotic – Questions Remain on Unification Compliance – Appropriations Pushes Back on Trump
Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: NYPD Surveillance Still Largely Targets Muslims – Cheaper Detention Options are no Less Effective – Support for ‘Abolish ICE’ Wavers