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Articles By Max Siegelbaum

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New Jersey Police Cooperated With ICE Just 4 Times Last Year

While police are largely following New Jersey's Immigrant Trust Directive, corrections officers are a different story

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Trump Moves to Suppress Migrant Farmworker Wages

Trump administration changes to how H-2A wages are calculated will cost migrant farmworkers $170 million each year

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GEO Group Announces Ransomware Attack as Stocks Plunge

Private prison company GEO Group, which contracts to detain immigrants, was was hit with a ransomware attack that exposed inmates' information

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Nearly 100 New Jersey Prisoners Arrested By ICE Shortly After Being Released

New Jersey released 2,200 inmates and 50 juveniles from state prisons due to the COVID-19 threat, but many were quickly arrested again

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Study Provides ‘Irrefutable Evidence’ Most Immigrants Show Up to Court Hearings

Trump has claimed immigrants don't show up for court hearings if they're not detained, but that's not true

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Buffalo Federal Detention Facility Reports One New COVID Case

The Buffalo Federal Detention Facility in Batavia reported its first positive COVID-19 case since May, stemming from a new detainee

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545 Children Still Separated from Parents, 3 Years Later

Lawyers are struggling to reunite more than 1000 children separated from their parents at the border under Trump's zero tolerance policy

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Asian American New Yorkers See Highest Unemployment Growth

Asian Americans saw a massive unemployment jump during the pandemic, revealing low-income workers' precarious situations

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Study: More Immigrant-Origin Students in Higher Education Than Previously Thought

Over 5.3 million students enrolled in colleges in 2018 came from immigrant families, making up a 30 percent of all students