18,000 jobs are being offered by nearly 400 employers to work-eligible Venezuelan migrants.
“This is unsustainable, and those are the words of your mayor," Governor Abbott said about Mayor Adams.
Staten Island Supreme Court Justice Wayne Ozzi now ruling the city must immediately stop using the school as an emergency shelter.
New York City is moving forward with its effort to lift its right-to-shelter mandate in some capacity.
A judge has ordered that migrants must vacate a former high school being used as a shelter on Staten Island.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul has called up 150 members of the National Guard to help asylum seekers and migrants apply for work authorization.
Protestors took to the streets over talks that a former Manhattan College dorm located in the Bronx, specifically Riverdale, might soon be turned into another emergency shelter for migrants.
City officials have told some adult migrants that they have hit the 60-day limit for staying in the city's shelter system.
Temporary protections from the federal government is a lifeline for some families who hope to one day find a path citizenship.
Mayor Adams says that giving Venezuelan migrants protected status will not do nearly enough to alleviate the issues caused by the ongoing migrant crisis.
The move means hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans already living in the United States, who arrived before July 31, can live and work in the country legally if they register within 18 months.
Under intense political pressure from fellow Democrats, the Biden administration has announced it is granting protection to hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans who are already in the country.
President Biden met with Governor Hochul, but did not meet with Mayor Eric Adams, amid public spats over the federal response to the migrant crisis.
The NYPD was called to Father Capodanno Boulevard for reports of crowd control issues. Ten people were taken into custody.
Some other proposals include expanding the right to shelter mandate so that every county in New York is required to house migrants, and using the economic uncertainties fund, which has currently amassed over $13 billion.
Congressional representatives from New York, New Jersey, Texas, and Illinois were all taking a tour of the center and were there to weigh in on the migrant crisis.
Earlier this week, White House officials held a briefing and said that the city is not doing a good enough job of tracking migrants and their asylum claims.
Once an asylum claim is submitted, the 6-month clock can start for migrants to receive a work permit.
A Staten Island man upset that the city has been housing homeless migrants in his neighborhood has set up a loudspeaker to deliver an unwelcoming message to his new neighbors.
Right now, migrants have to wait at least 180 days after applying for asylum before they can receive a work permit.