Join our team of legal professionals for an evening of networking with an opportunity to learn more about our legal services in immigration, tenant advocacy and workers’ rights.
On February 17, 2017 the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released two memos that detailed major changes to the current interior and border enforcement policies. There is still a lot that is unclear at this time and we expect more changes, but wanted to highlight the following priorities and what you can do to be prepared.
The Department of Housing, Preservation and Development joined by Councilmembers Antonio Reynoso and Rafael Espinal held a tenant resource fair in Bushwick to inform the community of legal tools and associations to help them fight back against landlords and scrupulous tactics.
Following a rally to protest the threatened mass firings of immigrant workers at Tom Cat Bakery after a Department of Homeland Security investigation, employees have secured an extension of the deadline.
Elected officials and community supporters rallied outside of Tom Cat Bakery, the city’s oldest artisanal bakery to protest and stand in solidarity with immigrant workers threatened by mass firings after a Department of Homeland Security investigation.
Parishioners of St. Bartholomew Church in Elmhurst, Queens gather for a night of information and know-your-rights presentation to ease immigration fears.
Lucy Yang, a reporter for Eyewitness News with ABC7NY, warns of fraudulent immigration agents ripping off immigrants.
Everyone living in the United States has certain basic rights, including people who are undocumented. To protect yourself, print the National Immigration Law Center’s “red card.”
On January 25 and 27, President Trump signed a series of Executive Orders by which he seeks to change some of the United States government’s immigration policies. We expect that he may modify or explain these initial actions, and that he may make new policy changes, but we have attempted to explain what the January actions mean for immigrants.
Statement of Catholic Migration Services in Response to the President’s Jan. 2017 Executive Orders on Immigration
Catholic Migration Services opposes any laws or government policies that discriminate against people based on their race, religion, or national origin, and we are committed to supporting the rights of all immigrants to have due process in their efforts to secure and retain lawful status in our country.