Articles By Mazin Sidahmed

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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

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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

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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

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Early Arrival: Cab Driver Arrested at Courthouse Has Deportation Stayed

Monday's edition of Early Arrival: NY Farmworkers Struggle to Unionize — ICE Detains Man Driving Pregnant Wife — Judge Approves Gov. Plan to Reunite Families

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Early Arrival: Separated Children Remain on Long Island

Monday's edition of Early Arrival: Some Dems Less Enthused by ‘Abolish ICE’ — Prosecutors Request Court Exonerate Deported Haitian Man — Feds Keep Texas Detention Center Open

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Sudanese TPS Holders Struggle To Hold Jobs as Deadline Looms

They face potential deportation as a November deadline approaches.