Articles By Felipe De La Hoz
Wednesday's edition of Early Arrival: Ongoing Government Shutdown Affects New York Immigration Cases — The Immigration Consequences of Marijuana — Census 2020, Trump mocks going to court dates, Gillibrand Running, Hardliner Barr
The budget impasse over Trump’s wall may create a crisis in the nation’s immigration courts
Ex-USCIS director says factors besides 2010 earthquake relevant to Temporary Protection Status
Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: De Blasio Announces Municipal Health Plan — CBP’s Search and Surveillance — Trump’s screed, Shutdown Continues
Some ICE detainees have had hearings in court without lawyers despite a city-funded program to ensure they have representation.
Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: A Municipal Health Care Program for Immigrants? — Employers Threaten Workers With Deportation — Unaccompanied Child Sponsor Change, Lawmakers Accompany Asylum-seekers, UN Refugee Compact
Expansion of ActionHealthNYC could benefit some 350,000 immigrants.
Statistics illustrate the no tolerance attitude of the Trump Administration as non-criminal arrests spiked 87 percent.
Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: Cuomo Wants Resettlement Agencies to Stay Open — Asylum Requests Increase at Ports of Entry —