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2022

June

June 16, 2022
Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Launces $2 Million Initiative to Support Newly Arrive Ukrainian New Yorkers

June 14, 2022
Statement From Mayor Adams and Commissioner Castro in Anticipation of DACA's 10-Year Anniversary and Pathway to Citizenship for Dreamers

May

May 2, 2022
Mayor Adams Kicks Off Campaign to Highlight IDNYC Expansion of Benefits

April

April 22, 2022
Mayor Adams and MOIA Commissioner Castro Announce Over $2 Million in Funding to Help Currently Residing and Newly Arrived Ukrainians

April 18, 2022
Vaccine Outreach Program Reaches 50K Immigrant New Yorkers

April 11, 2022
The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Kicks of Immigrant Heritage Week 2022 with the Theme "Immigrant New York: Rebuilding Together."

March

March 28, 2022
Statement from New York City Commissioners on Health Coverage for All

March 24, 2022
Statement from Mayor Eric Adams and Commissioner Manuel Castro on Welcoming 100,000 Ukrainians Fleeing the Crisis to the U.S.

March 24, 2022 
NYC Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Releases Fifth Annual Report, Highlighting Demographic Data and Office Impact in 2021

March 16, 2022
Statement from Mayor Eric Adams and Commissioner Manuel Castro on Restoring Our Asylum System by Ending Title 42

March 4, 2022
Statement from Mayor Eric Adams and Commissioner Castro on Immigration Relief Extension to Ukrainians

March 1, 2022
Statement From Mayor Eric Adams and Commissioner Manuel Castro on Extended Humanitarian Relief for Ukraine

January

January 31, 2022
Statement from Commissioner Castro on Non-Cooperation with ICE Laws and Policies

2021

December

December 22, 2021
City Announces $1.5 Million in Funding to Help Newly Arrived Haitian New Yorkers

December 15, 2021
Formerly Incarcerated Individuals Can Now Use DOC Information to Help Obtain IDNYC Cards

November

November 29, 2021
The City of New York's comment in response to the Department of Homeland Security's ("DHS") Notice of Public Rulemaking regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals ("DACA") policy

November 1, 2021
City Announces Fall Citizenship Drive to Provide Application Assistance and Resources for Immigrant New Yorkers

October

October 28, 2021
NYC Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Releases New Analysis of NYC's Hispanic and Latinx Immigrant Population

October 20, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Raquel Batista on Pathway to Citizenship

September

September 23, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Raquel Batista on Mistreatment and Deportations of Haitian Migrants

August

August 31, 2021
Cities for Action Leaders call on Biden Administration to Protect Immigrants from 15 countries using Temporary Protected Status

August 12, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Raquel Batista on the Senate's Passage of a Budget Resolution that Includes a Pathway to Citizenship

July

July 19, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Raquel Batista on the Texas v. U.S. Ruling on the Future of DACA

July 13, 2021
The Door seeks to expand young immigrants' access to legal representation with new LinkNYC public information campaign

July 13, 2021
Cities for Action Announces new Co-Chairs Representing Over 150 Cities and Counties Across the United States

June

June 25, 2021
NYC Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Releases New Analysis Of NYC's Asian and Pacific Islander Immigrant Population

June 15, 2021
Mayor de Blasio Appoints Raquel Batista as Commissioner of the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs

April

April 29, 2021
Mayor de Blasio and Officials Applaud the Department of Justice for Ending Grant Limitations on "Sanctuary Cities"

April 29, 2021
Bitta Mostofi Announces Departure from de Blasio Administration

April 19, 2021
NYC Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Releases Fourth Annual Report, Empowering Immigrant Communities and Building an Inclusive and Equitable Recovery for All

March

March 19, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on the House of Representatives' Passage of the American Dream & Promise Act

March 18, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on the Citizenship for Essential Workers Act

March 9, 2021
Statements from Mayor de Blasio, Corporation Counsel Johnson and Commissioner Mostofi on End of Trump Administration's Public Charge Rule

March 5, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on the American Dream and Promise Act

February

February 25, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on Introduction of New Deal for New Americans Act

February 18, 2021
Statement from Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on Introduction of U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021

January

January 19, 2021
Cities for Action Issues Immigration Policy Priorities for the Biden-Harris Administration and the 117th Congress

2020

December

December 16, 2020
Cities for Action Holds Nationwide Convening to Establish Coalition Priorities During the Biden-Harris Administration

December 11, 2020
Statement from Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on Reinstatement of DACA and Extension of TPS

November

November 18, 2020
New York City and Philadelphia Lead Coalition of Six Cities Asking Congress to Extend Deadline for Green Card Applications Under Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness

September

September 30, 2020
ActionNYC: Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Announces Funding Awards to Organizations Providing Free and Safe Immigration Legal Services to New Yorkers Citywide

September 23, 2020
Statement from Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on the Public Charge Rule / Release of USCIS Guidance

September 16, 2020
Statement from Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Decision on Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

September 14, 2020
Statement from Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on Second Circuit Court's Decision on the 'Public Charge' Rule

July

July 29, 2020
Statement from Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Commissioner Bitta Mostofi on Nationwide Injunction Halting Implementation of the Public Charge Rule

July 13, 2020
City of New York Joins Amicus Brief in Support of Harvard, MIT Against U.S. Department of Homeland Security

June

June 18, 2020
Statements from Mayor de Blasio, Corporation Counsel James Johnson, Commissioner Mostofi and MOIA Organizers/DACA Recipients

April

April 16, 2020
Mayor de Blasio Announces New York City COVID-19 Immigrant Emergency Relief Program with Open Society Foundations

April 16, 2020
NYC Census 2020, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, and CUNY Release New We Speak NYC Educational Videos on the Census

April 14, 2020
Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Releases Third Annual Report, Solidifying NYC's Commitment to Protect the Rights of All New Yorkers, Regardless of Immigration Status

February

February 26, 2020
Statement from Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Mostofi on Byrne JAG Decision in Federal Appeals Court

January

January 27, 2020
Statements from Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Mostofi on Supreme Court Decision on Public Charge Rule

January 15, 2020
De Blasio Administration Celebrates Five Year Anniversary of IDNYC with Announcement of Braille Embossing, Costco Partnership, and New Local and Regional Benefits

2019

December

December 19, 2019
Mayor de Blasio Joins Over 50 Mayors and County Executives to Oppose the Trump Administration’s Proposal to Dramatically Increase Immigration Application Fees and Do Away With Existing Fee Waivers

October

October 29, 2019
De Blasio Administration Announces New IDNYC Program Benefits Ahead of Five Year Anniversary

October 11, 2019
Statements from Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Mostofi on Court Injunction Halting Public Charge Rule

October 8, 2019
De Blasio Administration Joins Amicus Brief Supporting DACA in Advance of Supreme Court Arguments

September

September 26, 2019
MOIA & ONA Announce $1 Million Investment In Rapid Response Legal Services for Immigrants Facing Imminent Deportation

September 10, 2019
New York City Seeks Preliminary Injunction Against Trump Administration Over Public Charge Rule

August

August 12, 2019
Statements from Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Mostofi on Trump Administration's Public Charge Rule

July

July 23, 2019
MOIA & DSS to Launch IDNYC Online Renewal Platform

April

April 15, 2019
City Announces Immigrant Heritage Week 2019, "Immigrant New York: Weaving A Tapestry of Us"

March

March 19, 2019
Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs Releases Second Annual Report, Reaffirming Continued Commitment to Make NYC the Fairest Big City in the Country

February

February 25, 2019
City Enters Litigation Against Board Of Elections To Make Voting Easier For Limited English Proficient New Yorkers

January

January 15, 2019
On Its Fourth Birthday, Mayor de Blasio and First Lady McCray Announce IDNYC Adds Third Gender Designation


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