Build Back Better Package and Pathway to Permanent Residency Must Follow Infrastructure Deal

Build Back Better Package and Pathway to Permanent Residency Must Follow Infrastructure Deal WASHINGTON – Yesterday, as U.S. President Joe Biden signed the bipartisan infrastructure deal into law, the National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA), a multi-ethnic coalition of the nation’s largest state-level immigrant advocacy organizations, urges the House of Representatives to vote on the…

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Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and Members of Congress to Address Nation’s Largest Immigrant Inclusion Conference to be Held Oct. 3 in Las Vegas

Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and Members of Congress to Address Nation’s Largest Immigrant Inclusion Conference to be Held Oct. 3 in Las Vegas National and regional elected officials recommit our country to one of welcome at National Immigrant Integration Conference 2021 WHAT: The annual National Immigrant Integration Conference (NIIC) 2021 — New American Dreams, the largest immigrant…

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Cruel Response to Haitian Migrants At Border Must Be Condemned And Humane Solutions Implemented Immediately 

    Cruel Response to Haitian Migrants At Border Must Be Condemned And Humane Solutions Implemented Immediately The following is a statement from Nicole Melaku, executive director of National Partnership For New Americans (NPNA), regarding the U.S. response to Haitian migrants at the border:  “The cruel treatment of Haitian migrants at the U.S. border is…

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Parliamentarian Decision Is A Callous And Potentially Disastrous Setback, Congress Must Act Immediately to Find Alternative Paths to Legalization

  Parliamentarian Decision Is A Callous And Potentially Disastrous Setback, Congress Must Act Immediately to Find Alternative Paths to Legalization In response to yesterday’s decision by the Senate parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough stating that the reconciliation package cannot include adjustment of status for certain undocumented immigrants as marked up in the House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee…

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NPNA and Over 60 Organizations Call for Congress to Increase Funding for Citizenship Program

      NPNA and Over 60 Organizations Call for Congress to Increase Funding for Citizenship Program   WASHINGTON – Yesterday, the National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA), the Coalition for Humane Immigrants Rights (CHIRLA), NALEO Education Fund, UnidosUS, and a total of 64 organizations sent a letter to Congressional appropriators requesting that Congress increase…

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NPNA Applauds House Passage of Budget Resolution, Calls for Swift Action to Finalize Path to Citizenship for All Undocumented Immigrants 

  NPNA Applauds House Passage of Budget Resolution, Calls for Swift Action to Finalize Path to Citizenship for All Undocumented Immigrants   WASHINGTON – Today, Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives passed a $3.5 trillion budget resolution that includes funding for a pathway to citizenship that is expected to cover Deferred Action for Childhood…

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NPNA Commends Inclusion of Path to Citizenship in Budget Reconciliation Package

  NPNA Commends Inclusion of Path to Citizenship in Budget Reconciliation Package   WASHINGTON – Last night, Senate Democrats passed a $3.5 trillion budget resolution that includes funding for a pathway to citizenship that is expected to cover Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders, farmworkers and other essential workers….

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NPNA Applauds Senate Confirmation of First Woman USCIS Director

NPNA Applauds Senate Confirmation of First Woman USCIS Director Now the real work begins to address application backlogs and reform the agency WASHINGTON – The National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA) applauds the Senate for the confirmation of Ur Jaddou as the first woman Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) by a vote of…

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We’ve Been Waiting and We Are Ready

    We’ve Been Waiting and We Are Ready National immigrant advocacy coalition kicks off campaign for to help immigrants navigate naturalization and other large-scale processes Recording available here   NATIONWIDE – On July 13, a group of 18 national organizations with reach across all 50 states launched the Ready To Stay campaign, a national…

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