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‘I had to be strong for my children’: New York’s undocumented immigrants tell their pandemic storiesBy Aldana Vales Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
Documented and Univision found evidence that the consulates of Mexico, Honduras and Colombia are facing delays in scheduling appointments to process and renew passports in New York, causing setbacks of up to a year for individuals who are in need of the documentation to apply for benefits such as the upcoming Excluded Workers Fund.
Last year, more than 170 migrant farmworkers caught COVID-19 at Green Empire Farms, an Upstate New York greenhouse.
New York and New Jersey residents are stuck oversees due to visa issues and President Biden issuing an India travel ban as COVID-19 rages.
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After two years in detention, thirteen cancelled flights, a case of COVID-19 and a hunger strike, David Hyfa Lorenzo John is still detained.
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Vulnerable people like undocumented immigrants can still fall through the holes of an expanded safety net.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said Americans will “say that we secured the border and we upheld our values.”