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New York Immigration Coalition

Language Access

New York City is home to more than one million people who don't speak English well or at all. More than 100,000 new New Yorkers arrive from abroad each year, many of whom never had the chance to study English. In addition to advocating for more adult English classes, the NYIC works to eliminate language barriers at government offices, schools, and hospitals, for all New Yorkers.

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Advocating for Greater Language Access | View full article
The New York Immigration Coalition was instrumental in passing the two laws in New York City—Local Law 73...
Monitoring Implementation of Local Laws | View full article
Following the adoption of Local Law 73 and Executive Order 120 by the City of New York, the NYIC quickly began a...

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