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What Happens If a Landlord Is Threatening With Evictions and Calling ICE?

If a landlord is threatening you with ICE, you have protection no matter what your immigration status is. However, you need to fill a form and know where to go if this happens to you

New York Eviction Moratorium Pause Ended. Here’s What to Do Now

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.

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Resources for Homeowners and Small Landlords in New York

New York’s eviction and foreclosure moratorium doesn’t cancel rent or mortgages, and it doesn’t offer direct financial relief to homeowners or renters. Here are some options

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How New York’s New Eviction Moratorium Works

New York State implemented a new eviction moratorium with some differences from the ones in the past. Here we explain how to proceed

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Extended Rent Relief for New York Tenants and Immigrants

New York State extended its Rent Relief Program because the original requirements were too narrow. Now more people can get the benefit

First Tenant Evicted in NYC since the Pandemic Started.

After reports of a tenant evicted by Marshals, here’s how that happened during the eviction moratorium and what that means for renters.

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Immigrants Left Out of COVID-19 Emergency Rent Relief

After four months, over half of all reviewed applications to New York's State Rent Relief Program have been denied and at least 60% of the money hasn't been distributed.

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Why Many Tenants Got Shut Out of State Rent Relief Program

As New York State tried to provide rent relief to struggling tenants, data shows that only 16% of applicants were accepted in the program