New York State implemented a new eviction moratorium with some differences from the ones in the past. Here we explain how to proceed
Renters affected by the economic downturn say they received threatening documents and had their rents raised
Crowded homes, food insecurity, lack of access to healthcare and public assistance, and working in bludgeoned job sectors have made it more difficult for Latinx New Yorkers to weather the crisis.
The New York State Assembly approved this program to help families who are having trouble paying rent due to the pandemic. Users of our WhatsApp community asked us about the process, which is quite complicated. So here we try to explain it.
El Congreso del Estado de Nueva York aprobó este programa para ayudar a algunas familias que tengan problemas para pagar la renta debido a la pandemia del Coronavirus COVID-19. Usuarios de nuestra comunidad de WhatsApp nos preguntaron sobre el proceso, que es bastante complicado. Por eso que acá intentamos explicarlo en fácil
Gov. Cuomo signed an extension of the eviction moratorium but advocates say housing rights for undocumented tenants in New York remain on shaky ground
Documented partnered with Housing Justice for All and with the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development to answer the questions sent by members of our Whatsapp community regarding their rights as tenants. The following are the answers from an expert:
Usuarios de nuestra comunidad en WhatsApp enviaron preguntas ligadas a sus derechos de renta en NY y sobre la moratoria de expulsiones. Como muchos perdieron el empleo y no tienen cómo pagar, le preguntamos a expertos de 'Housing Justice for All' (HJA) y de 'Association for 'Neighborhood & Housing Development' (ANHD). Acá sus respuestas