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ICE in New York State Courts Survey

Since the election, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has substantially increased the number of immigrants it targets in New York State Courts. For more information, visit our Ice out of the Courts campaign. As a result, many advocates are hearing from immigrants that they have a profound fear of going…

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Resources: Criminal Defense Attorneys

Practice Advisories for New York Defenders| Understanding and Fulfilling Your Duty to Immigrant Clients | Resources on Criminal-Immigration Law | Other Resources ICE in Courts Practical Tips for Defenders on ICE at courts IDP’s 2-page guide to supporting clients if ICE agents show up to detain them in court. ICE Courthouse Arrest…

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Dismantle, Don’t Expand: The 1996 Immigration Laws

Dismantle, Don’t Expand: The 1996 Immigration Laws by the Immigrant Rights Clinic at NYU School of Law and Immigrant Justice Network: May 2017 -- The last major revisions to U.S. immigration laws were made in 1996 under President Clinton. Shorthanded as the “‘96 Laws,” the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty…

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