Randye Retkin, director of NYLAG’s LegalHealth Division, quoted in this article in Gothamist.
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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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Since 1990, The New York Legal Assistance Group (NYLAG) has worked tirelessly to make the voices of individuals and families with low-income or experiencing poverty heard, and to provide the highest quality free legal services. We have expanded to include financial counseling. This year, to honor how far we’ve come and to reflect our vision …
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The Trump administration has eliminated a protection that lets immigrants remain in the country and avoid deportation while they or their relatives receive life-saving medical treatments.
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