On August 8th, 2013, DeSales Media Group will hold its 18th Annual Bishop’s Golf Classic. Proceeds from the event will support Catholic Migration Services. (more…)
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
On Tuesday evening, the Queens Housing Coalition hosted a press conference in response to Queens Community Board 7′s vote to approve the Willets Point redevelopment plan on May 13 (learn more here).
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Catholic Migration Services is pleased to announce that it will reopen intake for removal and deportation defense proceedings in our Queens office in May 2013, with an intake day scheduled for Tuesday, May 28. The Removal Defense Project was reopened in our Brooklyn office in January 2013, coinciding with a successful re-structuring of the organization and the receipt of additional funding for our critical legal services.
Friday, April 26, 2013
On Friday evening, the Queens Housing Coalition hosted New York State Senator Jose Peralta at its monthly meeting to discuss the importance of developing affordable housing at Willets Point.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
On Sunday April 21, Catholic Migration Services (CMS) and Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens (CCBQ) joined forces at Our Lady of Solace in Coney Island to bring their services to the neighborhood’s immigrant communities, who were hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy last October.
Sunday, April 14, 2013
On Sunday afternoon, hundreds of people gathered at St. James Cathedral-Basilica in downtown Brooklyn for the Diocese of Brooklyn’s annual Migration Day Mass. Catholic Migration Services, which coordinates the Diocese’s Ethnic Apostolates, helped organize the Mass and the cultural celebration that followed.
Friday, March 22, 2013
On Friday, Catholic Migration Services hosted its first naturalization workshop using CitizenshipWorks, a multilingual online platform that guides aspiring citizens through the application process. The event was co-sponsored by the NALEO Educational Fund, Immigration Advocates Network, CUNY Citizenship Now!, Pro Bono Net, and the International Rescue Committee at the central branch of the Brooklyn Public Library.