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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

  **Under STOP SEPARATING FAMILIES Campaign, Nationwide Coalition of Immigrant-Rights Organizations Set June 28 as Deadline for Action from Congressional Republicans on Immigration; Call for President Obama to Act Immediately**

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

New Initiatives Proposed to Inform the Uninsured About New Insurance Options and How to Access Care, Enhance Workforce Diversity, Promote Community-Based Health Planning, and Improve the Health of Child-Bearing Women

Friday, May 2, 2014

(New York, NY) Last night, Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino announced that he would appoint an official Liaison of Immigrant Affairs, deputy chief of staff Katherine Delgado, to reach out to immigrant organizations in Westchester and help immigrants access county services.  The NYIC welcomes this step by Westchester County as a move that will greatly support and help integrate Westchester’s booming immigrant population, as immigran

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Today, Steven Choi, executive director of the NYIC, joined other NYIC members, allies and supporters to testify at the New York City Council's first hearings on the "Municipal ID" program, a proposal which would provide a citywide identity card to all New Yorkers regardless of status.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Councilmember Debi Rose of Staten Island, the Consulates of Mexico and Guatemala, Community Organizations, and Schools Join in Support of Key Services for New York’s Immigrants   

Monday, April 14, 2014

 Statewide Campaign Demands Fairness and Equality for Immigrants in New York and Nationwide

Thursday, April 10, 2014

 Statewide Campaign Demands Fairness and Equality for Immigrants in New York and Nationwide

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

 (New York, NY) On Monday evening, the dreams of thousands of undocumented New York youth were shattered on the New York State Senate floor.  In a rushed vote widely perceived as a cynical political move, the New York State DREAM Act came up two votes short with 30 Senators in support and 29 against; every Republican present voted against the measure. 


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