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Ousman Darboe could be deported any day. His story is a common one for black immigrants.

Jodi Ziesemer, Director of NYLAG’s Immigrant Protection Unit, is quoted in this article in Vox

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Shield from deportation restored, following outcry, for immigrants with critically ill children

Randye Retkin, director of NYLAG’s LegalHealth Division, quoted in this article in Gothamist.

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NYLAG submits comments on changes to Fair Debt Collection Practices Act

NYLAG submitted comments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau opposing proposed rule seeking to amend the Fair Debt Collection Practices …

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NYLAG offers comments on proposed Income Savings Plan Program for residents in NYC homeless shelters

NYLAG submitted comments to the Departement of Homeless Services about the proposed Income Savings Plan Program

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NYLAG comments on proposed changes to SNAP eligibility

Proposed changes to SNAP eligibility would cause serious harm to low-income households, and would specifically affect working families, children and the elderly and disabled populations.

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USCIS reverses decision on medical deferred action

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), the administrative arm of DHS, has reversed its decision and will continue to use their power to consider requests for deferred action for medical reasons.

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