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ICE Quietly Extends Elizabeth Detention Center Contract With CoreCivic

While advocates pressure Gov. Murphy to end new ICE detention contracts, CoreCivic extended its contract until 2023.

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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.

Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published

Far Rockaway Has the Lowest Vaccination Rate in the City. Here’s Why

Misinformation and a fear of missing out on work are preventing residents from getting the COVID-19 vaccine in the geographically isolated neighborhood of Far Rockaway, Queens.

Immigration Court Primary category in which blog post is published

Court Cases in New York Are Scheduled Out to 2023, Leaving Asylum Seekers Hopeless

For immigrants who have already been waiting years to appear before an immigration judge for asylum cases, pushing dates back even further can have an array of negative consequences. Witnesses can be harder to find, facts become more difficult to recall and the mental toll of waiting in limbo for years can be crushing, advocates said.

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Remembering Judge Robert Katzmann, a Pioneer in Providing Legal Counsel for Immigrants

The Second Circuit appeals court judge had an outsized impact on access to legal services in New York

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New York Groups Decry DACA Suspension

Plus: What sanctuary policies mean for immigrants, Documented discusses the future of immigration courts under Biden

Newsletter Primary category in which blog post is published

DACA Recipients Lose Work Permits

Plus: Asylum seekers get second chance to cross the border, undocumented oilfield workers face low pay and poor conditions

Resources Primary category in which blog post is published

Pay What You Can Schools, Education Affordable For Immigrants

With models like Pay What You Can, elite education is becoming more affordable to families that seek the best education for their children. Here is how it works.

Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published

‘I had to be strong for my children’: New York’s undocumented immigrants tell their pandemic stories

The estimated half a million undocumented residents in the city were among its worst hit by COVID-19 - resilience and acts of kindness kept many keep going in the hardest days