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Newsletter Primary category in which blog post is published

Trump Cuts Undocumented Immigrants from Census Apportionment

Trump's latest memo will exclude undocumented immigrants from determining congressional representation, but won't be enforceable

Migration Primary category in which blog post is published

Why People from El Salvador Still Feel Forced to Migrate to the US

A program designed in the Obama administration was supposed to solve the root of immigration from El Salvador and the rest of Central America. However, people are stuck with no opportunities after facing deportation, forcing them to leave again.

Immigration Court Primary category in which blog post is published

Coronavirus Pandemic Creates Longer Waits in Detention for New York Immigrants

The coronavirus has caused delays of over five weeks for immigrants to have their first hearings at the Varick Street immigration court, documents show

Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published

OPT Visa Holders at Risk Over Coronavirus Layoffs

Recent graduates with F-1 visas are at risk of losing legal status because of coronavirus-related unemployment and OPT visa stipulations

Resources Primary category in which blog post is published

How to Apply for a Tourist Visa Extension

Due to flight cancellations and borders closing during the pandemic, several members of our WhatsApp community have asked us how to extend their tourist visa in the US. The following is a quick guide that has been useful for our Spanish-speaking members.

New York State Legislature Primary category in which blog post is published

Every Year, There’s a Struggle to Fund Legal Services for New York State Immigrants

For four years, advocates had to fight to get the Liberty Defense Project added to the state budget.

Health Care Primary category in which blog post is published

Q&A: COVID-19 and Health Care Access

A health professional explains what options are available to undocumented New Yorkers

Migration Primary category in which blog post is published

Honduras Pledged Billions for Its Deportees. Where Did the Money Go?

In a Honduran city home to hundreds of deportees, few have heard of an international plan to stop migration to the U.S.