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MOIA and DSS Commissioners pose with IDNYC staff members by IDNYC poster
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    From adding a gender 'x' to the card to greatly expanding the card benefits, the IDNYC program has experienced groundbreaking milestones as the largest municipal ID program in the nation. We are eager to work with HRA to continue our good work. We encourage all New Yorkers ages 10 and up to renew or enroll in IDNYC today. For more information, visit or call 311 and say 'IDNYC.'
Support. Not Fear.

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    Many health and social services—including COVID-19 testing, vaccination, and care, emergency Medicaid, food assistance, tenant protection, and free legal help—are available to all New Yorkers regardless of immigration status, ability to pay, or employment status. Click to view our resource guide.

MOIA Releases Fourth Annual Report: State of Our Immigrant City
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    Report analyzes trends in data on barriers faced by immigrant New Yorkers and reviews MOIA’s efforts to respond to COVID-19, institutionalize access to free immigration legal help, empower immigrants to participate in civic society, and advocate for federal policy reforms.
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    As of March 9, 2021, the 2019 Public Charge rule has ended. This means you can use public benefits and city services to get the care and support you need without fear. Your immigration status does not matter.
Avoid Fraud
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    Watch out for false promises. Scammers may promise to help get you a green card or other immigration benefits just to get your money. Learn how to avoid being defrauded.

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