We spent a year investigating the impact of Trump's policies on New York's immigration courts. After watching hundreds of hearings a day, here are some details of what we found.
The courts remain open despite pleas from attorneys and judges
A program in New York is hoping to create a public defender system for immigrants in immigration courts.
The sudden changes may imperil detainees seeking to stay in the U.S.
A New York City immigration courtroom turns to chaos as attorneys wait to see clients who are never brought
The budget impasse over Trump’s wall may create a crisis in the nation’s immigration courts
Some ICE detainees have had hearings in court without lawyers despite a city-funded program to ensure they have representation.
Santos had a stroke earlier this year and cannot communicate with his lawyers. His case was previously administratively closed then sent back to immigration court.
A trove of complaints paint Alan Vomacka as one of the country's harshest immigration judges.
The City’s USCIS Asylum Office is granting 50 percent fewer applications since 2013