Thursday, May 5, 2016
(New York, NY) Citizenship should not be a privilege limited to the only the wealthy and the highly educated. Currently, 8.8 million people are eligible to become citizens, including almost 1 million New Yorkers. The New York Immigration Coalition has worked at the forefront of the push to lower the barriers to American citizenship for years, working alongside NPNA and other member organizations.
Coalition and Partners Launch "Black Immigrant Engagement Initiative" to Support and Uplift Black Immigrant CommunitiesMonday, May 2, 2016
Partnership Will Engage Growing African, Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-Latino Immigrant Communities in New York
New American Youth Leadership Corps Fosters Leadership of Immigrant Students, Children of Immigrants in New YorkThursday, April 28, 2016
New York Immigration Coalition and Citi Community Development Invest in High School Students
Thursday, April 28, 2016
(New York, NY) On Tuesday, April 26th, Mayor Bill de Blasio presented the FY2017 executive budget for the City of New York.
New York Advocates Call for Evaluation of Board of Election Practices in Light of Massive Voter DisenfranchisementMonday, April 25, 2016
With More than 100,000 Voters Purged from Voter Rolls, Advocates Seek Accountability and Better Voter Systems
Over 700 New Yorkers Join Thousands in D.C to Rally at Supreme Court for President’s Immigration ActionMonday, April 18, 2016
Immigrants, Families, and Advocates Deliver Strong Message in Support of President’s Immigration Action
Congressman Luis Gutiérrez Joins “Empower Immigrant New York” Event, Helping Eligible New Yorkers Become U.S CitizensTuesday, April 12, 2016
Thursday, April 7, 2016
Advocates Say Literacy Is the Key to Social Integration in NYC
Monday, April 4, 2016
(New York, NY) On Friday, April 1st, Governor Cuomo, Majority Leader Flanagan and Speaker Heastie finalized negotiations on the New York State Fiscal Year 2017 Budget.
Temporary Protected Status Renewal is a Step Forward, but Falls Short of the Protection Communities NeedTuesday, March 22, 2016
New York, NY. – On March 22, 2016, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson announced that he will extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designations for Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone for an additional six months, until November 22, 2016.