De Blasio Administration Allocates $4.1 Million To Provide Legal Assistance For
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    As a group of volunteer attorneys recruited from several City agencies returns after spending a week assisting detained immigrant families near the southern border, the City announced that it has earmarked $4.1 million to provide legal assistance for migrant children, both unaccompanied minors and separated children in New York City.
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Annual Report Highlights City’s Work to Make NYC Most Immigrant-Inclusive City
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    The report provides a demographic overview of New York City's immigrant population, and describes barriers faced by immigrant New Yorkers, particularly due to increasingly hostile federal immigration policy developments. It outlines MOIA's programs and activities in 2017, as well as the challenges ahead in 2018.
President Trump's Announcement on DACA
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    Learn more about what the President's announcement means about DACA and how to connect to free, safe immigration legal help.
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The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) promotes the well-being of immigrant communities.

In the de Blasio administration, we have prioritized three broad goals:

enhance the economic, civic, and social integration of immigrant New Yorkers; facilitate access to justice for immigrant New Yorkers; and advocate for continued immigration reforms at all levels of government in order to eliminate inequities that impact New York's immigrant communities.

Join our team!

We're hiring!

Check out the job descriptions below for more information about positions available at MOIA:

Neighborhood Organizer

Upcoming Initiatives