February 2023 Legislative Newsletter
The following pages discuss key legislative and budget issues we are working for in New York in 2023 including Access to Representation, New York for All, ONA Funding, Coverage for All, Language Access, Right to Counsel, Unemployment Bridge Program and the DALE Campaign.
March 2022 Legislative Newsletter
Neighbors Link strongly supports budgets and policies that respect the dignity of each human and recognize the contributions made by immigrants. The following pages discuss key legislative and budget issues we are working for in New York in 2022.
October 2021 Legislative Newsletter
Neighbors Link strongly supports immigration reform that respects the dignity of each human and recognizes the contributions made by immigrants. This newsletter discuss key legislative reforms and ways that community members can be involved in advocacy.
Celebrating 20 Years of Immigrant Integration, 2020 Covid-19 Response, Immigration Policies to Watch in 2021, Alejandro Mayorkas Confirmed as DHS Secretary, Neighbors & Friends.
Neighbors Link’s Response to COVID-19, Your Fight is Our Fight, Spotlight on Volunteers, Virtual Family Center, English Language Learning Goes Online, Virtual Learning Links and Summer Links, Updates from our Legal Team.
Our current issue: Program to Foster Parent and School Partnerships, Rapid Expansion of English Language Programs, Driver’s Licenses for ALL New York State Residents, What You Need to Know about the Census, Remembering our Friend Suzanne Grant
Our current issue: Pipeline Scholars and Police Build Trust & Break Stereotypes, Police and Social Services Working Together, Westchester Board of Legislators Passes Bill to Protect Employees, 2018 By the Numbers, Portrait of a Neighbor: Alex, Portrait of a Neighbor: Legal Volunteers.
Newly Passed Immigration Protection Act Defines Role of Police and Advances Public Safety, Neighbors Link in Ossining, Neighbors Link in Yonkers, Accolades for Neighbors Link and its Ongoing Mission to Prepare Immigrants for Success, Status of DACA Leaves 800,000 Young People Temporarily Safe, but Uncertain of What’s Next
Neighbors Link Leads the Way in Uncertain Times for Immigrants, First Pipeline Scholars Class Graduates and Looks to the Future, Neighbors Links Receives Legal Services Grants, ONA Community Navigator Grant to Fund Training, Summer Interns Make a Difference, Our First Staffer Comes Full Circle, Immigration Myths and Realities
Neighbors Link Welcomes Pace Community Law Practice, A Word from Our Director, Carola Bracco, Proud to be a Nonprofit Excellence Award Winner, Neighbors Link and Local Police Team Up to Build Community Dialogue and Trust, Citizenship Days Help Immigrants Who Dream of Becoming New Americans
Where Opportunity Knocks for New Americans, Maryknoll Sisters Continue Lifelong Mission of Community Service, New Training Program Fills Need for Home Companion Workers, Neighbors Link Launches New Community Programs in Ossining
Young Friends Pay it Forward, Latin Links Explores Immigrant Stories of Family Separation and Reunion, Hispanic Heritage Celebration
Real Health for Real Life, Neighbors Link Honors Heroes Past and Present, Neighbors Link Recognized for, Expertise in Training, and Celebration of Life as a Novela.