“We no longer have space”: New York mayor’s call for immigrants to look for another city

“We no longer have space”: New York mayor’s call for immigrants to look for another city

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Thousands of immigrants are seeking to have their documents processed in New York

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New York authorities plan to distribute flyers warning migrants that there is “no guarantee” they will get help if they reach the city.

New York Mayor Eric Adams announced the plan, saying the city had received 90,000 immigrants since April of last year.

The mayor of the largest city in the United States, with a population of 8.3 million, said: “We no longer have extra space.”

“Please consider another city when deciding where to settle in the United States,” a copy of the brochure says.

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