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News Archive for "Immigration"

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Capital One and Consumer Law Project Partner to Support NYC Consumers

The support will fund the development of a manual for New Yorkers to use in navigating the small claims court system.
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LAS: NYC Mayoral Candidates Must Address Challenges of Immigrant Communities

Advocates are calling on the politicians running for Mayor of New York City to articulate immigrant-specific policy positions, reports DocumentedNY.
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LAS Flags Key Deadline for Youth Denied Special Immigrant Juvenile Status

Immigrant youth between the ages of 18-21 who were denied protection under the Trump administration must file an appeal by May 31, or lose this vital relief, according to Univision.
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LAS Applauds Lawmakers’ Deal for Essential Immigrant Workers

A $2.1 billion fund has been established for undocumented workers who were excluded from previous COVID-19 relief, as reported by BK Reader.
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LAS Hopeful for Biden-Era Immigration Policy

Immigration advocates are pressing the new administration to fulfill promises of a policy revamp, as reported by Documented NY.
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LAS Calls on NYC Mayoral Candidates to Support NYIFUP

Advocates are demanding clarity from contenders on funding for programs critical to immigrant communities, reports City Limits.
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Trump’s “Public Charge” Rule Blocked Permanently Nationwide

The Supreme Court dismisses a case concerning the controversial immigration policy, as reported by CNN.
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LAS Calls on President Biden to Rescind “Public Charge” Rule

The call comes as the Supreme Court announced its intention to hear the government's appeal of a preliminary injunction won by advocates, as reported by CNN.
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Advocates Demand Release of Immigrants in ICE Detention

A new memorandum issued by the Department of Homeland Security redefines ICE's enforcement, custody, and removal priorities, reports The Bergen Record.
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LAS Welcomes President Biden’s Executive Order on “Public Charge” Rules

The new order signed by the President calls for a top-to-bottom evaluation of the Trump administration's regulations and policies that curbed legal migration, according to Law360.
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