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The search warrants are an escalation of the criminal investigation into Giuliani's dealings with Ukraine.
After a federal judge ordered the Trump administration to fully restore the Obama-era program, applicants may have to wait longer than usual due to COVID-related delays.
The rule would make it harder to appeal decisions by immigration judges, and is set to take effect just days before President Trump leaves office.
Unaccompanied minors trying to stay in the country are now facing new pressure from the immigration courts just before Trump leaves office.
“Justice prevailed today — not just for Dreamers, but for all Americans,” said Attorney General Letitia James in a statement Friday.
Despite the ruling, local advocates say it will be hard to convince immigrants to apply for benefits.
The governor said there was "no legitimate health reason" for the government to collect ID numbers from those getting vaccinated.
Some immigrant advocates fear the Trump's administration hardline rhetoric may have scared undocumented immigrants from seeking services and help in the global pandemic.
"You're knocking on the door saying, 'I'll burn down the house if you don't give me entry. I'll give you entry for the TTP enrollees on a case-by-case basis. Don't burn down the house.'"
Homeland Security officials blame New York DMV's immigrant-friendly laws for impeding ICE's criminal investigations.
New York’s immigration court used to be considered more favorable to asylum seekers than other courts.
The plaintiffs from all three DACA suits have been using what will be a national moment to call attention to their cause.
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