New York, NY-Today, New York Representatives Yvette Clarke, Adriano Espaillat, Mondaire Jones, Grace Meng, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Nydia Velázquez called for the use of budget reconciliation to provide a road to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers.
Key Members of NY Congressional Delegation Back Using Budget Reconciliation for Pathway to Citizenship
New York, NY—Today, the Biden Administration announced that it would be renewing Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for more than the 50,000 Haitians living in the U.S., and redesignating TPS for Haitians for those who arrived in the U.S. after 2010, which could benefit up to 100,000 additional people.
Washington, DC – Hundreds of immigrant mothers, families, and allies held a ‘People’s Hearing’ in the street in front of the Senate Buildings in Northeast DC, to urgently call for citizenship for undocumented immigrants, right before the Senate hearing on the Citizenship for Essential Workers Bill.
After Relentless Organizing by Essential Workers and Advocates, Governor Cuomo Signs NY HERO Act Into Law
NEW YORK, NY – After relentless organizing and pressure from essential workers and advocates, Governor Cuomo signed the NY HERO Act into law, which passed with bipartisan support in the New York State Assembly and Senate. Over the past few months, support for this common-sense and bipartisan legislation has grown as the NY Essential Workers Coalition ran a highly disciplined, focused, and strategic campaign to win.
NYIC Action to Host First Mayoral Forum Dedicated Entirely to Immigration: How will NYC’s next Mayor empower immigrant New Yorkers?
New York, NY—This Thursday, in partnership with The City, City Limits, Gotham Gazette, CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies, and the New York Immigration Coalition's sister organization, NYIC Action, will host the first Mayoral forum dedicated entirely to immigration.
Immigrant Advocates, Unions, and Federal Elected Representatives Stand Together on May Day to Push for Bold, Immigrant and Workers’ Rights Agenda
New York, NY-Today, the May Day New York Coalition called on Washington to deliver a bold immigrants' and workers’ rights agenda. Standing in solidarity, essential workers, advocates, union members, and elected leaders demanded a pathway to citizenship for millions of immigrant workers and their families, as well as the rights of workers to organize and work in dignity without fear of retaliation and discrimination.