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New Paltz businessman sues U.S. for $10M for false imprisonment

“The Constitution does not permit the United States government to target people on the streets, arrest them without serving any papers, deny them meaningful due process, and detain them for arbitrary or indefinite periods," U.S. District Judge Nelson S. Román wrote in June 2019.

New Yorkers again are Trusted Travelers

New Yorkers can once again enroll in the federal government's Trusted Traveler Programs, the Department of Homeland Security announced yesterday. The programs include Global Entry,...

ICE rescinds rule requiring classroom studies for international students

New York Attorney General James called the decision "welcome news for more than 100,000 international students in New York."

ICE: International students cannot pursue online-exclusive coursework

A temporary exemption was issued this spring as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

ACLU cites local CT police working with ICE on illegal immigrant...

The local police departments working with ICE included Fairfield, Norwalk, Stratford, Trumbull and Westport.

Trumbull developments keep rolling along

“Developers are increasingly looking to come to this area, which is ripe for these types of projects,” said First Selectman Vicki Tesoro. “It’s an exciting time.”

Malloy issues ‘suggested protocols’ to law enforcement on federal immigration laws

Governor warns police "should not take action that is solely to enforce federal immigration law."

ICE agrees to acquire NYSE Euronext for $8.2B

IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) Inc., an operator of global markets that focuses primarily on the trading of commodities, has agreed to acquire the owner of the New York Stock Exchange for $8.2 billion.

Supreme Court split decision on immigration

The Supreme Court upheld a key part of an Arizona law allowing for immigration status checks.