DYCD funded providers of Runaway and Homeless Youth (RHY) Services, including all residential programs and Drop-In Centers serving youth with case management services, will offer participants information about services and resources related to immigration.
MOIA's Language Access Implementation Plan describes, per Local Law 30, the Office's resources, processes, plan, and goals for ensuring that language access is promoted across the Office and interactions with New Yorkers with limited English proficiency (LEP).
A quick and easy road map of city services available to all New Yorkers, including immigration legal help, healthcare, education, childcare, emergency food and shelter, public safety, protections against discrimination, and IDNYC.
Flyer detailing rights of immigrant workers, such as paid safe and sick leave, right to organizer, minimum wage, safe and healthy workplace, discrimination free workplace, overtime, and pay for work as independent contractor, rights with ICE, and resources for legal services and discrimination prote
Part I describes the responses to the 2018 family separation crisis by the City of New York, the City and County of Los Angeles, and the City of San Antonio. Part II highlights the risks of institutional congregate care for children, underscoring the need to avoid family separation.
If you work in NYC, you have rights regardless of immigration status, national origin, or country of origin.
In addition to the languages checked off, it's also available in Nepali, Tagalog, Thai, Tibetan, Vietnamese, and Punjabi.
IDNYC quarterly report Includes, but not limited to, number cards issued, cards to minors, denials made to requesting agencies for information collected about applicants, efforts to promote acceptance such as banks, outreach, & types of services that accept the ID as proof of identity and residency.