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Articles By Max Siegelbaum

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New Yorker Held in NJ ICE Custody Tests Positive for COVID-19

The immigrant New Yorker is the eighth person to test positive for Covid-19 at the ICE facility located in New Jersey

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Report: Two-Thirds of Undocumented Workers Have Essential Jobs

Around 69 percent of undocumented workers have jobs deemed essential to fighting COVID-19 by the Department of Homeland Security.

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Report: ICE Immigration Jails May Have Caused 250,000 COVID Infections

Links between immigration jails and confirmed cases of COVID-19 in nearby counties suggest they could've led to 250,000 cases.

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DoorDash Goes Public While Workers Decry Conditions and Wages

DoorDash's first day public closed at roughly $190 a share — but it would take two days delivering food to buy one share of DoorDash.

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ICE Won’t Reveal How It Uses Cell Phone Data At the Border

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement reportedly used cell phone data to make an immigration arrest this year.

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Feds Charge 6 in Long Island Birth Tourism Ring

The people allegedly helped Turkish women give birth to 119 babies on Long Island to give them American citizenship.

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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