Wednesday, August 26, 2015
The New York Immigration Coalition joined immigrant rights advocates across the country to announce that the Coalition and its members are deeply disturbed by the rightward trend of extremist and discriminatory statements issued by Trump and other GOP presidential candidates on the campaign trail.
On Day of Court Hearing on Legal Challenge to President Obama’s Immigration Relief, NY Immigrant Families Fight Back Against Anti-Immigrant Donors Fueling XenophobiaFriday, July 10, 2015
Immigrant Families Show Support for Deferred Action Policy and Protest Billionaires such as Robert Mercer Who Bankrolls Anti-Immigrant Organizations and Candidates
Recent Reports Demonstrate Need for Greater Professionalism, Crackdown on Corruption in Border PatrolWednesday, July 1, 2015
Victory for Immigrant Health: New York City Budget Designates $1 Million to new Access Health NYC InitiativeTuesday, June 30, 2015
Last Friday, Mayor Bill de Blasio, City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and members of New York City Council announced an early agreement for an on-time City budget for Fiscal Year 2016.
New York Nepali Community, Elected Officials, Non-Profit Organizations Applaud Designation of Nepal for Temporary Protected Status After Devastating EarthquakeMonday, June 29, 2015
Government, Nonprofits, Community Leaders Praise Federal Authorities for Designation Allowing Nepali Immigrants to Stay in Country As Country RebuildsWednesday, June 24, 2015
The New York Immigration Coalition today applauded the decision by U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson to designate Nepal for Temporary Protected Status.
New Report Shows Major Gaps in Access to Translation and Interpretation for Parents of New York City StudentsTuesday, June 16, 2015
Coalition’s Education Collaborative Releases Key Survey Findings, Calls on Department of Education to Take Immediate ActionMonday, June 15, 2015
Benefits of DACA Demonstrate Potential of Broader Immigration ReliefFriday, June 12, 2015
Today marks the one month anniversary since the Nepal government formally requested that the United States designate their country for Temporary Protected Status (TPS). It has been nearly six weeks since the first in a series of violent earthquakes and aftershocks destroyed much of the infrastructure in Nepal.