Beware of Immigration Fraud: The Wrong Advice Can Hurt You

Beware of Immigration Fraud: The Wrong Advice Can Hurt You

By Krystal Ramsaroop Immigrants can be classified as a “vulnerable population” because they are constantly at an increased risk for poor physical, psychological, and social health. They are faced with the day-today challenges of obtaining the basic desires of life, such as freedom, human rights, and flexibility. With the influx of thousands of migrants entering […]

A New Bill Would Allow Millions of Immigrants to Apply for Green Cards

A New Bill Would Allow Millions of Immigrants to Apply for Green Cards

By Walter Ewing, Immigration Impact On September 28, Senator Alex Padilla (D-CA) introduced a bill in Congress that would allow millions of immigrants who have lived in the United States for many years to become Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs). This pathway to LPR status (also known as a green card) would benefit both long-term undocumented immigrants and […]

Governor Hochul Announces Launch of New York State’s Institute for Immigration Integration Research & Policy to Help Immigrants Transition to Community Life, Further Education, and The Workforce

Advisory Board of Community Leaders Confirmed to Set in Motion Groundbreaking Policy Development and Select an Executive Director and Assistant Director in the Coming Months.

Governor Hochul Announces Launch of New York State’s Institute for Immigration Integration Research & Policy to Help Immigrants Transition to Community Life, Further Education, and The Workforce

New York, NY – September 12, 2022: Governor Kathy Hochul speaks during annual Jerusalem Post conference at Gotham Hall. (Shutterstock) By governor.ny.gov Governor Kathy Hochul announced the launch of New York State’s Institute for Immigration Integration Research & Policy to help immigrants transition to community life, further education, and the workforce. The Institute, which received […]

This Independence Day, Local Communities Lead on Celebrating Immigrants

This Independence Day, Local Communities Lead on Celebrating Immigrants

By Mo Kantner, Immigration Impact As communities across the United States came together this past weekend to commemorate and reflect upon our country’s independence, the holiday holds special significance for one group in particular: newly sworn-in citizens. Immigrants who are lucky enough to overcome the laborious and bureaucratic road to becoming U.S. citizens often do […]

NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs – Virtual Presentation: A Demographic Snapshot of NYC’s Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Immigrant Population

NYC Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs – Virtual Presentation: A Demographic Snapshot of NYC’s Asian and Pacific Islander (API) Immigrant Population

This virtual presentation features key findings from MOIA’s new demographic analysis of the city’s Asian and Pacific Islander (API) immigration population. View the report at: https://on.nyc.gov/APIReport. This report comes at a moment when the City is celebrating #ImmigrantHeritageMonth while supporting community members and fighting incidents of bias and discrimination citywide. The report reflects the urgency […]