Research & Evaluations

Research & Evaluations

Research & Evaluations

The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) plays a key role in quantitative and qualitative analysis for the Mayor’s Office, City agencies, and for the city at large. MOIA produces research and analysis about New York City's immigrant communities, including reports and fact sheets that focus on the latest federal developments such as increased immigration enforcement in New York City, DACA, and TPS. Additionally, MOIA collaborates with independent researchers to rigorously assess the impact of key City initiatives, such as IDNYC and We Speak NYC. Find our latest evaluations, reports, and fact sheets below.

Fact Sheets

Fact Sheet: ICE Enforcement in New York City [2019]
January 2019
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Fact Sheet: ICE Enforcement in New York City [2018]
May 2018
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Impact of the Travel Ban on NYC
April 2018
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Fact Sheet: Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Recipients in New York City.
January 2018
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Fact Sheet: DREAMers in New York City
January 2018
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Fact Sheet: DACA and DREAM Act in New York City
January 2018
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Evaluations & Reports

Expanding Public Charge Inadmissibility: The Impact on Immigrants, Households, and the City of New York
December 2018
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Local Law 30 Implementation Report
Updated September 2018
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A Community of Learners: Evaluation of the We Are New York Program
April 2018
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Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs 2017 Annual Report: State of Our Immigrant City.
March 2018
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IDNYC: A Tool of Empowerment: A Mixed-Methods Evaluation of the New York Municipal ID Program
August 2016
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The Economic Impact of Naturalization on Immigrants and Cities
December 2015
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Other resources

NYC Department of City Planning, Population Division – Reports and Presentations

NYC Department of City Planning Population FactFinder