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Who does the public charge inadmissibility rule apply to?

Misinformation and fear are spreading about the Trump Administrations new Public Charge rule. Not all immigrants or all public benefits will be impacted by the rule.

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Special Education: Trivial vs. Meaningful Progress

How NYLAG’s Special Education lawyers get students the services they deserve

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NYLAG responds to public charge rule change

Today, the Trump Administration has made a change to the public charge rule, effectively making it more difficult for certain immigrants with low-income to secure permanent residency or temporary visas.

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Mississippi ICE raids: Children of immigrations arrested left ‘homeless’—’my dad didn’t do anything, he’s not a criminal’

Randye Retkin, Director of NYLAG’s LegalHealth Division, interviewed in Newsweek about the need for Standby Guardianship laws.

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Opinion: It’s Vital for Immigrant Parents to Consider a Standby Guardian

Randye Retkin, Director of NYLAG’s LegalHealth Division, wrote this Op-Ed for City Limits about NY’s Standby Guardianship law.

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Planning tools for Immigrant Parents

There are tools availible for immigrant parents who are worried that they may be separated from their child because of immigration enforcement.

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