That’s not supposed to happen in a sanctuary city. Next week City Council takes up measures to strengthen that status.
Some 300,000 undocumented New Yorkers are now eligible for help under the historic Excluded Workers Fund established in the state budget. But there are still some more hurdles to get the cash. Here’s a breakdown.
THE CITY talked to some experts and got the answer to this common reader question. We found tenants have rights, regardless of immigration status.
Nearly 80 nonprofit organizations are demanding answers after being told that past work for providing free legal representation in immigration cases would not be paid for.
Gaspar Avendaño-Hernández was the target of an ICE raid in which his girlfriend’s son was shot. A federal judge has released him citing coronavirus concerns.
As New York City shuts down in almost every other way, federal immigration enforcement officials are still picking people up.
While visitor from Mexico recovers, his mother doesn’t know when she’ll see her detained partner again. And she has a message for President Trump.
Attorney General Letitita James and Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez contend ICE scares away witnesses and makes victims reluctant to report crimes.
After an ICE raid took a Queens family’s breadwinner, his loved ones fight to keep their home, with no help from housing aid off limits to immigrants.
Court officers say they’ll be handcuffed if federal agents defy a new policy requiring warrants to seize immigrants: “We will not interfere.”
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