Ever since the Excluded Workers Fund was announced, New Yorkers have had multiple questions about its process of applying, and its eligibility. As the fund started accepting applications last week, Documented and Make the Road hosted a live Q&A event to answer all of those questions. Here is a recap.
Nonprofits supporting immigrants in immigration court are seeing their contracts slashed due to cuts to the state budget.
Luego de meses, aún no hay información oficial sobre cómo aplicar, quién califica y qué organizaciones están dando el dinero para indocumentados anunciados por la Alcaldía.
Still no official information on how to apply, who qualifies or which organizations are giving out funds
In response to the protests, Mayor de Blasio decided to move enforcement of street vendors from the NYPD.
Private donors and independent organizations have connected to move millions of dollars in aid across a gaping hole left in the government’s COVID-19 response.
For four years, advocates had to fight to get the Liberty Defense Project added to the state budget.
“If one of my staff members wanted to call ICE [on undocumented immigrants] I’m not gonna tell them they can’t," one clerk said.
The state forwards notifications about certain immigrants to federal authorities.
Three construction workers died in April alone, while contractors with a history of worksite deaths continue to get new permits.