CURRENT PRESS RELEASES
Tour Calls on Senate Gang of 8 to Introduce Meaningful Reform that Provides Real Relief to Families
150 Community Leaders and Advocates Unveil Top Ten State Budget and Policy Priorities, Joined by NYS Ed Commissioner John King, Deputy Secretary Alphonso David, and Assemblyman Felix Ortiz, Chair of the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Taskforce
Today, New Yorkers for Real Immigration Reform, a new statewide campaign coordinated by the New York Immigration Coalition and endorsed by 130 labor, faith, grassroots and immigrant organizations from across the state, held a press briefing to highlight the key measures that must be included in the soon-to-be-introduced Senate bill to make immigration reform meaningful.
The following statement is from Ms. Chung-Wha Hong, executive director of the New York Immigration Coalition:
New York Must Address Eligibility, Documentation, Outreach, and Oversight Barriers to Ensure Access to Health Care for Immigrant New Yorkers
Pledges to Mobilize Families and Communities to Strengthen Reforms
With momentum building for immigration reform at the White House and in Congress, New Yorkers gathered at Judson Memorial Church in Manhattan to amplify the call for legislation that includes a path to citizenship for the undocumented and to announce nationwide mobilization on April 10th, 2013 in Washington, D.C.
The following is a statement from Ms. Chung-Wha Hong, executive director of The New York Immigration Coalition:
Survey of 62 Cases in New York Highlights Deficiencies in the Policy’s Implementation
Strong Latino, Asian and Immigrant Turnout across Country Points to Urgency of Reform
Three days after Latinos, Asians and immigrants across the country voted in record numbers and proved to be the decisive factor in the outcome of the election, members of Congress, advocates and immigrant community members in New York came together to put immigrant families among the top priorities for Congress in 2013.