The staggering jump is just one metric by which to measure the changing face of immigration enforcement in New York City.
Genia Blaser, a senior staff attorney at the Immigrant Defense Project, began noticing a shift in ICE enforcement patterns in January.
The following day, a team of ICE officers were reported at a family shelter in midtown Manhattan.
The morning after that, three ICE officers and two Border Patrol agents were filmed knocking on apartment doors in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
All the while, the threat of coronavirus in New York City grew deeper and more evident.

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