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UN: 75% of 6 Million Venezuelan Migrants go Unfed, Unhoused

On October 15, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

This photo was taken in La Parada, Colombia on June 12th, 2022. This family walked for 15 days to get to the border between ColombRead more

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US Begins Humanitarian Program for Migrant Venezuelans

On October 13, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Jordan Fabian and Ellen M. Gilmer, Bloomberg The Biden administration is implementing a humanitarian parole program for VenezueRead more

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Immigrants and Domestic Violence: What You Need to Know

On October 12, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Journal Staff Writer October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. And, immigrants are particularly vulnerable because many mayRead more

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Mayor Adams Discusses Immigration With Reverend Al Sharpton

On October 8, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

New polling suggests Americans aren’t buying Republican’s latest political stunt on immigration. A new survey finds just 29 percenRead more

New polling suggests Americans aren’t buRead More

Transcript: Mayor Eric Adams Declares Asylum Seeker State of Emergency, Calls for Urgent Aid From Federal, State Governments

On October 7, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

Mayor Eric Adams: My fellow New Yorkers, we are in a crisis situation. New York City now has more than 61,000 people in our shelteRead more

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The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 175

On October 6, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 175 (Highlights) Mayor Adams Discusses Immigration with Reverend Al Sharpton Immigrants and DoRead more

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Governor Hochul Announces Launch of New York State’s Institute for Immigration Integration Research & Policy to Help Immigrants Transition to Community Life, Further Education, and The Workforce

On October 5, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By governor.ny.gov Governor Kathy Hochul announced the launch of New York State’s Institute for Immigration Integration ResearchRead more

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President Biden on National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month

On October 4, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

While our Nation has made significant progress in addressing domestic violence by responding to the stories and leadership of courRead more

While our Nation has made significant prRead More

‘Second Chances’: Racist Law Preventing Citizenship for Black Immigrants Leaves Man Fighting His Case From Afar

On October 3, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Liz Vinson, SPL Center After being deported, Kelvin Silva said he sometimes finds himself lying on the floor of his apartment,Read more

By Liz Vinson, SPL Center After being deRead More

Biden is Hoping Small Changes go a Long Way on Immigration

On October 1, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Michael D. Shear and Miriam Jordan, The New York Times WASHINGTON — Even before the political spectacle of a Republican governoRead more

By Michael D. Shear and Miriam Jordan, TRead More
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