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Articles By Mazin Sidahmed

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Early Arrival: Trump’s Anti-Immigration Message Resonates With His Base

Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: New Yorkers Largely Reject Trump’s Immigration Rhetoric — Immigration Board Rejects Journalist’s Appeal — Trump Administration Presses Supreme Court to Review DACA Decisions

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Early Arrival: 75,000 New Yorkers Face Tough Decision Over Public Charge, City Finds

Monday's Edition of Early Arrival: 20 Children Separated From Their Parents Remain in New York — “Temporary” Shelter is Becoming Permanent — Trump Admin Weighs Bringing Back Family Separations

Labor Primary category in which blog post is published

ICE Workplace Audits Force Out Immigrant Farmworkers Upstate

The spike in worksite enforcement by ICE hits upstate New York.

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Early Arrival: Nonprofit hit with $38,950 fine for scamming immigrants

Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: City Pledges $4.1M To Separated Children — Border Patrol Agent Attempted Suicide — DOJ Did Not Want to Request Citizenship Question

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Boarding Pass: City Council Hearings on Taxis and LGBT Immigrant Youth Legislation

Sessions Contacts MS-13 Victim's Family — Commerce Secretary Ross' Citizenship Question — Border Wall Budget

Politics Primary category in which blog post is published

Jumaane Williams Campaign Marks Progress for Caribbean-Americans

Despite his defeat, the councilman's campaign marks a new chapter for one of the city's largest immigrant groups.

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Early Arrival: Video Trials Could Impact Immigration Court Outcomes

Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: Conman Targets Immigrants — Sessions Warns New Judges Against “Fake Claims” — Texas Tent Shelter to be Expanded

Criminal Justice Primary category in which blog post is published

Thousands of New Yorkers Could be Headed Back to Immigration Court

After their cases were suspended years ago, Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to reopen them.

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Early Arrival: State Pension Sells Stock After Documented Report

Monday's edition of Early Arrival: Investment Banks Doubled Down on Immigration Detention — A Look Inside Smugglers' Stash Houses — TPS Termination Questions