Kevin S. Parker's posts related to Immigration

CITIZENSHIP NOW EVENT YIELDS CROWDS OF MANY EAGER APPLICANTS

FROM THE OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER

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CITIZENSHIP NOW EVENT YIELDS CROWDS OF MANY EAGER APPLICANTS

FROM THE OFFICE OF STATE SENATOR KEVIN PARKER

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Senator Parker Makes Seeking U.S. Citizenship Easy

For Immediate Release: November 9, 2011

Brooklyn, NY-   Join State Senator Kevin Parker and The City University of New York  for a free Citizenship Application Assistance event.    There are many advantages to be gained by becoming a U.S. citizen and Brooklyn  residents who are ready to apply for citizenship will gain helpful assistance from experienced lawyers and other immigration professionals all in one convenient location.  

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SENATOR PARKER COMMENDS THE GOVERNOR ON HIS IMMIGRATION INITIATIVE

Parker Renews Request for the Senate to Pass the NY DREAM Act and S.1479 Protecting Immigrants from fraudsters in NY

For Immediate Release: August 2, 2012

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SENATOR PARKER ADVANCES THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR PERMANENT RESIDENTS

Brooklyn, NY- On Saturday, November 9, 2013, State Senator Kevin Parker, Council Member Jumaane Williams (D-45) and The City University of New York Citizenship Now partnered to host a free citizenship application assistance event at Brooklyn College. Over 200 permanent residents from across Brooklyn and New York City received free one-on-one counseling, pro bono legal services and assistance in assessing and completing their applications.

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SENATOR PARKER ADVOCATES KEEPING FAMILIES TOGETHER

Brooklyn, NY- On Monday, November 18, Senator Kevin Parker was one of two featured guests at the screening and discussion of the movie Fighting for Freedom at Albany Law School. The Senator’s co-panelist was Terminator 3 star, the actress and producer, Kristanna Loken. The discussion was moderated by the Law school’s Associate Dean Alicia Oullette and Albany Law professor Sarah Rogerson, who leads the school’s Immigration Project.

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Sen. Parker Implores President Obama for Capital Infusion for Brooklyn Hospitals via Medicaid Waiver

In a letter to President Barack Obama, Senator Kevin Parker (D 21) describes the magnitude of Brooklyn's health care crisis, its looming fiscal challenges, and requests of the President that Brooklyn receives its $10 billion in waiver money from the Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) which has not yet been granted. 

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Letter to President Obama re CMS waiver monies for Brooklyn

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