When the state Legislature passed the Emergency Eviction Act at the end of last year, nearly all eviction proceedings were paused for 60 days. That pause ends on Friday, Feb. 26.
Documented asked its community of Latino immigrants about their concerns with the COVID vaccine. Safety seems to be a top priority as they seem to not be willing to get the vaccine without having some questions asked first
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After reports of a tenant evicted by Marshals, here’s how that happened during the eviction moratorium and what that means for renters.
As New York State tried to provide rent relief to struggling tenants, data shows that only 16% of applicants were accepted in the program
The eviction moratorium is still on, but some rules in New York changed, spurring confusion for tenants and landlords. What you need to know:
A suggestion from a Border Patrol agent landed a father in jail and changed the family's future forever
Planned cuts to USCIS could further compound an already growing backlog, experts say.
A lack of Muslim funeral services has long posed a serious problem for Queens's Bangladeshi community, but the pandemic has exacerbated the need even more.
El hacinamiento en los hogares, la inseguridad alimentaria, la falta de acceso a servicios públicos y trabajo en sectores afectados por la pandemia hizo más difícil para los latinos de Nueva York capear la crisis del coronavirus.