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Articles By Mazin Sidahmed

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Early Arrival: Transgender Women Allege Asylum Holdup

Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: NYC Raises Public Benefits Awareness — Identical Twins Have Different Immigration Stories — Asylum Ban Partially Begins, Immigration Meets Impeachment, McAleenan’s Non-Replacement

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Early Arrival: Immigrant Advocates Fight Borough-Based Jails

Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: Judge Denies Parties Interested in Joining Green Light Act Lawsuit — Canadian Man Banned from U.S. for Volunteering at Arts Festival — Acting ICE Director Slams Judge’s Ruling

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Early Arrival: DOJ Considers Joining Driver’s License Lawsuit

Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: Free Health Care Enrollment Begins —Mexicans Used for Blood Plasma Donations —  Health Care Limits Immigration

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Early Arrival: New York’s Foreign-Born Population Growth Slows

Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: Debt Collection Agencies Fail to Provide Translation Services — Cameroonian Man Dies in ICE Custody —  Trump Denies Alligator Reports

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Early Arrival: ICE Director Defends Courthouse Arrests

Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: New Jersey AG Ends Sheriff’s ICE Agreements — Immigration Judges File Complaint Against DOJ — Trump’s 3 Court Defeats in 1 Day

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Early Arrival: ICE Arrests 82 in New York Area in 5 Days

Friday's Edition of Early Arrival: Lawsuits Aim to Halt Courthouse Arrests — USCIS Employees Use Google Translate — Migration Deal With Honduras Signed, Refugee Cap Slashed Again

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Prosecutors and Public Defenders File Lawsuits to Halt ICE Courthouse Arrests

The New York State Attorney General, the Brooklyn District Attorney and The Legal Aid Society announced on Wednesday the filing of two separate lawsuits aimed at blocking ICE from carrying out courthouse arrests.

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Early Arrival: Landlord Fined After Threatening to Call ICE on Tenant

Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: House Republicans Fight Green Light Law  — Judge Considers Restricting Ability to Separate Families — US Signs Agreement With El Salvador, White House Ignored Guatemala Climate Report