NYC’s 60-Day Shelter Policy Not Adequately Communicated to Pregnant Women, Reveals New Study

NYC’s 60-Day Shelter Policy Not Adequately Communicated to Pregnant Women, Reveals New Study

What you should know According to the report released this week by Governor Brad Lander, that policy was never put in writing or adequately communicated to agencies, shelter providers or the women themselves. “A written policy was never implemented. Employees and contractors did not receive that information. The notice you get when they give you … Read more

Cubans and unaccompanied minors have been arrested after crossing the southern border of the United States

Cubans and unaccompanied minors have been arrested after crossing the southern border of the United States

The Texas Department of Public Safety revealed that a group of 19 migrants were arrested after illegally crossing the southern border of the United States. This was announced by spokesman Chris Olivarez, who also confirmed that two unaccompanied Honduran children had been rescued. The executive said on the social network Of these, 11 are women … Read more

advice for Cubans with I-220A

advice for Cubans with I-220A

Every day more Cubans with I-220A attend immigration court in the United States. However, not everyone goes with their case fully prepared, for various reasons. Many still find themselves in a kind of immigration limbo because they can be deported if the judge decides in that case. Hence the importance of hiring special counsel that … Read more

New York City Ends Contract with DocGo Amid Controversy: What You Should Know

New York City Ends Contract with DocGo Amid Controversy: What You Should Know

What you should know New York City will take steps to end its contract with a medical services company contracted to house and care for a recent influx of international immigrants. Mayor Eric Adams’ office said Tuesday that the city will not renew its contract with DocGo before it expires on May 5 and will … Read more

Texas asks court to decide if SB4 law against migrants is excessive

Texas asks court to decide if SB4 law against migrants is excessive

Austin. A lawyer defending Texas’ plans to arrest migrants who enter the United States illegally announced to a panel of federal judges on Wednesday that the law may have “gone too far,” but that will be up to the court to decide. The comment was made to a panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court … Read more

Illegal Immigrant Dormitory Discovered in Bronx Commercial Building: What You Need to Know

Illegal Immigrant Dormitory Discovered in Bronx Commercial Building: What You Need to Know

What you should know Department of Buildings (DOB) inspectors were called Wednesday afternoon to investigate reports of an illegal conversion inside a two-story commercial building in East Kingsbridge Road in the Fordham neighborhood. Upon arrival, they discovered that one of the shops in the building had been converted into an illegal dormitory. The DOB said … Read more

NYC Mayor Eric Adams Calls for Cooperation with Immigration Authorities, Criticizes Sanctuary Laws

NYC Mayor Eric Adams Calls for Cooperation with Immigration Authorities, Criticizes Sanctuary Laws

What you should know The comments marked the mayor’s harshest rebuke to date of so-called sanctuary laws adopted by New York over the past decade, which aimed to protect the city’s immigrant population by limiting how local agencies can assist in efforts federal detention and deportation. “The mere fact that we can’t share with ICE … Read more

Man Arrested After Violent Incident at New York City Migrant Shelter, Police Assaulted: What You Need to Know

Man Arrested After Violent Incident at New York City Migrant Shelter, Police Assaulted: What You Need to Know

What you should know Authorities arrested a man after a violent incident last Thursday inside a migrant shelter in New York City, in which some police officers were assaulted. The incident occurred on Thursday morning at the shelter located on Randall’s Island, which has been the scene of controversy since it opened with a tent. … Read more

New York Mayor Announces 10% Budget Cut for Immigration Crisis Response

New York Mayor Announces 10% Budget Cut for Immigration Crisis Response

What you should know According to a statement, the city will increase the cut in spending on “asylum seekers” by 10%, as the city describes recently arrived immigrants, after applying a “successful” 20% cut in the items dedicated to them, which has allowed more than 1.7 billion dollars to be returned to the coffers. Adams … Read more

Challenges Faced by Immigrant Children and Adolescents in New York City Public Schools

Challenges Faced by Immigrant Children and Adolescents in New York City Public Schools

At this moment, more than 17,000 immigrant children and adolescents New arrivals who live in the municipal shelter system, the vast majority coming from the Caribbean and South America, have the complete security of a desk in the 1,800 public schools of New York City, which almost none of them are aware of, is whether … Read more