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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Report: Citizenship for a Stronger Economy

  Report: Citizenship for a Stronger Economy New data shows naturalization could help in economic recovery as coalition pushes for fee waivers in next economic recovery package   WASHINGTON – Removing cost barriers to naturalization could be a powerful tool for economic recovery, a new National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA) briefing paper shows, citing more than a…

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Mayors and County Executives Urge Congressional Action on Immigrant Inclusion

Mayors and County Executives Urge Congressional Action on Immigrant Inclusion   WASHINGTON – Twenty-two mayors and county executives from across the country sent a letter sent to Congressional leaders today supporting their efforts to reform the immigration system and urging them to advance inclusive provisions that will help to ensure that immigrants are able to…

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Approaching 100th Day of Biden Administration, NPNA Reflects on Wins and Calls for Bold Action for Immigrants and Refugees

    Approaching 100th Day of Biden Administration, NPNA Reflects on Wins and Calls for Bold Action for Immigrants and Refugees WASHINGTON – As the 100th day of the Biden administration nears, the National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA), a leading coalition of 41 immigrant and refugee rights organizations, applauds several strong victories for immigrants,…

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NPNA Urges Lawmakers to Include Immigrants in Access to Counsel Act 

NPNA Urges Lawmakers to Include Immigrants in Access to Counsel Act WASHINGTON – The National Partnership for New Americans (NPNA), a leading coalition of 41 immigrant & refugee rights organizations, urges lawmakers to include immigrants as it moves forward with important legislation that protects due process and prohibits discrimination. Today, the U.S. House of Representatives…

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