CURRENT PRESS RELEASES
“New Yorkers for Real Immigration Reform” Urge President Obama to Take Immediate Executive Action, Provide Administrative Relief for Immigrants
New York Immigration Coalition, Service Providers, and Government Officials Discuss Collaborative Strategy to Meet Needs of Unaccompanied Children
Two days after the NYIC and its national partners held massive actions across the country on the National Day to Stop Separating Families, President Obama delivered a candid speech on immigration reform. The President called out Congress for their inaction and stated, “America cannot wait forever for them to act. And that’s why, today, I’m beginning a new effort to fix as much of our immigration system as I can on my own, without Congress.”
Coalition Applauds Critically-Needed Resources for New York's Communities; Discusses Impact of NYC City Council’s FY15 Budget
On National Day to Stop Separating Families, NYIC Calls on President to Give Families Administrative Relief, Launches Voter Mobilization Campaign
At midday today, four hundred New Yorkers linked arms creating a mass human chain in front of 26 Federal Plaza, home of the New York City Immigration Court, Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE) and USCIS. The action, organized by New Yorkers for Real Immigration Reform, a campaign of the New York Immigration Coalition is part of the National Day to Stop Separating Families.
US Conference of Mayors passes resolution calling for proactive USCIS and Department of Homeland Security policy changes
New Law Provide Protections for Immigrants
The New York Immigration Coalition applauds the passage of the Immigrant Assistance Service Enforcement Act (IASEA) this week by the New York State Assembly and Senate. The IASEA imposes critical requirements on individuals and organizations that seek to provide services to immigrants.
Specifically, the Act:
Business Leaders, Board of Regents, Students, and Advocates Stress that All Sectors Will Benefit
(New York, NY) Today the New York State Senate legislative session ended with no new outcome on the New York State DREAM Act, legislation that if passed would allow undocumented students access to state financial aid.
Coalition Says Laws Must Be Updated to Stop Family Separation