Articles By Max Siegelbaum
Monday’s Edition of Early Arrival: Ulster Co. Sheriff Endorses Immigrant Driver’s Licenses — Southwest Key Runs Dilapidated Charter Schools — National Emergency Persists, Human Rights Irony, Citizenship Question Scope Expands
Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: Cuomo May Be Trying To Kill Immigrant Licenses Bill — Sexual Assault is Rampant Along Border — More Republicans OpposeTrump’s National Emergency
Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: — New York State to Renew Immigrant Legal Representation Contract — ICE Stops Force-Feeding Hunger Strikers — Legal Challenges Mount as White House Defends National Emergency
Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: ICE Court Arrests Strike Fear Upstate — Rapper 21 Savage Arrested by ICE to be Potentially Deported to the UK — Trump Reaches a Crossroads With Immigration and Border Security
Unscrupulous attorneys promise green cards but file asylum claims instead, putting immigrants at risk
Early Arrival: As Her Presidential Run Begins, Kirsten Gillibrand Reckons with Past Immigration Views
Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: Kirsten Gillibrand Reckons with Past Immigration Views — Detention Commissary Items Cost Four Times the Outside Price — Trump Border Wall Deal for DACA and TPS Protections Falls Flat
Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: Advocates Focus on Licenses, DREAM Act — Immigration Is a Top National Issue — Border Wall Started as a Campaign Memory Device
Musicians, poets and writers gathered on the Lower East Side for performances and discussions about immigration detention.
A trove of complaints paint Alan Vomacka as one of the country's harshest immigration judges.