One Day Act Could Benefit Immigrants in New York State

By RYAN KAILATH

NPR News quoted Committee on Immigration Representation chair Camille Mackler on misconceptions surrounding undocumented immigrants and deportation.

A change effected in the recent state budget legislation may have a big impact in immigrant communities.

It’s called the One Day to Protect New Yorkers Act, or One Day Act, and it changes the maximum sentence for Class A misdemeanors from 365 days to 364 days.

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