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How Undocumented Immigrants Can Receive HIV/AIDS Treatment In New York

Undocumented immigrants living with HIV/AIDS in New York State are eligible to enroll in uninsured care programs that provide access to free HIV and/or AIDS care. Here is a step-by-step explanation.

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The Excluded Workers Fund: What You Need to Know to Apply

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.

How to Apply for a Street Vendor Permit and License in New York City

The rules for selling merchandise and food in the streets of New York City can be confusing. Here is an explanation of the vending licenses and permits needed to conduct business in the streets.

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How Immigration Bonds Work

Immigration bonds secure the release of detainees under an agreement that the individual will attend all immigration court hearings.

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What Recreational Marijuana Legalization Means for Immigrants in New York

Despite recreational marijuana becoming legal statewide, non-citizens still face a significant risk by smoking or ingesting the substance.

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What Sanctuary Policies Mean for Undocumented Immigrants

While sanctuary policies limit cooperation between a city, county, or state with federal immigration enforcement agents to protect low-priority immigrants from deportation, their protection is not absolute. Here is what you should know.

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How the Flores Settlement Agreement Affects the Custody of Detained Child Migrants

The Flores Settlement Agreement of 1997 set standards for custody of both, accompanied and unaccompanied, migrant children in detention.

Pague lo que pueda: escuelas de calidad a precios justos para inmigrantes

Con modelos como “Pague lo que pueda”, la mejor educación se está volviendo más asequible para familias que buscan el mejor futuro para sus hijos. Te decimos cómo funciona.