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New York Immigration Court Closed As Court Staffer Tests Positive for COVID-19

EOIR closed the Varick St. immigration court on Monday after a court staffer tested positive.

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Q&A, las preguntas de nuestros usuarios sobre Coronavirus y temas migratorios

Hicimos una alianza con la Asylum Clinic de la New York Law School para responder las preguntas sobre temas migratorios que nuestra comunidad nos envió a nuestro sistema de mensajería vía Whatsapp. Estas son las preguntas más frecuentas, respondidas por expertos.

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As Coronavirus Threat Loomed, Detainee Says NJ Jail Made No Changes

“The officer’s routines and procedures never changed,” a former detainee said

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Another Worker in a New York Shelter for Migrant Children has Tested Positive for COVID-19

A staff member at Abbott House has tested positive for the virus, according to a source with knowledge of the matter.

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Detained Children Must Appear in Immigration Court, Despite Coronavirus Fears

The court closed all hearings at immigration court – with a few exceptions, including children who are in federal custody.

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Immigrant Workers on the Frontlines of COVID-19 Crisis

Immigrant workers are both the most vulnerable to catch the virus at work and most at risk of being hurt by the economic downturn.

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Revisa los cambios en atención de consulados por Coronavirus

Las representaciones diplomáticas de países latinos se han adaptado a la emergencia sanitaria. Revisa cómo cambió la atención del consulado de tu país.

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Public Charge Adds to Coronavirus Confusion Among Undocumented Immigrants

Misinformation spread through informal chats is leading to fears undocumented immigrants may not get tested for the virus.