Issues: Immigration

Hispanic Senators Meet with Governor Paterson

The L WordBy Ken LovettDaily News

March 23, 2010
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Serrano to Community: "Know Your Rights, Know Your Precinct"

On January 27th, Senator José M. Serrano co-hosted “Know Your Rights, Know Your Precinct,” an information session aiming to acquaint East Harlem immigrants with the resources available through the 23rd precinct. “No one’s immigration status should determine their safety,” said the Senator. “It is extremely important for immigrants everywhere to know their rights and to feel safe in the communities in which they reside.”

January 26, 2010
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CITIZENSHIP NOW EVENT YIELDS CROWDS OF MANY EAGER APPLICANTS

FROM THE OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER

October 20, 2009
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CITIZENSHIP NOW EVENT YIELDS CROWDS OF MANY EAGER APPLICANTS

FROM THE OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER

October 20, 2009
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SENATOR PARKER AND CUNY HOST CITIZENSHIP EVENT

Brooklyn lawmaker joins CUNY to offer fair, fast, and affordable immigration services for all newcomers

 

October 10, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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La Coalicion "El Barrio Contra La Deportacion" Lanza Reporte Final

HAGA CLIC AQUÍ PARA EL REPORTE FINAL, LA REFORMA MIGRATORIA COMIENZA AQUÍ

East Harlem, NY-  La coalición de oficiales electos y líderes comunitarios “El Barrio Contra la Deportación” hoy publicó su reporte final, y mandó 1,000 cartas de petición al Presidente Obama. Fue la culminación de una campaña educacional y organizativa iniciada en Mayo de este año.

September 17, 2009
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Immigration Reform Starts Here

Final Policy Report by Senator Serrano's East Harlem Against Deportation Coalition

File: 
Immigration Reform Starts Here.pdf

September 17, 2009
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Statement by State Senator Daniel Squadron on Signing of Bill Eliminating “Oriental” From State Documents:

“I was proud to cosponsor this important legislation that will eliminate the use of the term “oriental” from state documents. I commend Senator Johnson and Assemblywoman Meng for bringing this bill to the legislature, and I applaud Governor Paterson for signing it into law today. State government should have a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to outdated and offensive terms, and this law sets that precedent loud and clear.

September 10, 2009
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