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NYLAG commends change in NYS court rules requiring judicial warrants for ICE arrests at courthouses

Over the last couple of year ICE has stepped up enforcement in New York courthouses. Their presence there has had a chilling effect on immigrants, who were less likely to engage in the justice system for fear of being detained.

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We must address military sexual assault now

Samantha Kubek, staff attorney with NYLAG’s LegalHealth Division, advocates for an end to military sexual assault.

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Landlords are exploiting a key loophole to raise rents on thousands of apartments

Mark Hess, NYLAG Supervising Attorney, is featured in this story in Crain’s New York Business

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How Long Will States’ Foreclosure Prevention Services Last?

Rose Marie Cantanno, associate director of NYLAG’s foreclosure prevention, was featured in a U.S. News and World Report article about funding threats to foreclosure prevention work.

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Worse than a wall: Trapping asylum seekers in Mexico

An Op-Ed published in The Hill and written by NYLAG immigration attorney Elizabeth Gibson describes the horrific ramifications of increasingly strict limitations on protections for immigrants seeking asylum in the U.S.

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We stand with ALL survivors

NYLAG is fighting for survivors—of sexual harassment at work, of forced marriage in one’s country of origin, of sexual assault in the U.S. military, and many others.

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