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Executive Orders & Local Laws

Executive Orders 34 & 41
Signed by Mayor Bloomberg in 2003, Executive Order 41 is a privacy policy that allows all New Yorkers, including immigrants and regardless of immigration status, to access vital City services.
Learn more about Executive Orders 34 & 41 

Executive Order 120
In July 2008, Mayor Bloomberg signed Executive Order (EO) 120, creating a centralized language access policy for New York City. Executive Order 120 mandates that all City agencies that provide direct public services create a language access implementation plan in order to ensure meaningful language access to their services.
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Executive Order 128
Signed by Mayor Bloomberg in April 2009, Executive Order (EO) 128 officially establishes Immigrant Heritage Week, an annual Citywide program of outreach and education celebrating the histories and traditions of the City’s diverse immigrant communities. City agencies, educational institutions, and private organizations will all help ensure participation in this event to be held every April.
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Local Law 31
Businesses that provide immigration services must follow the guidelines set by Local Law 31, the  “Immigration Service Provider Law” signed by Mayor Bloomberg in 2004. This law introduced new protections for immigrants against fraud. If you are a business providing immigration services, you must comply with New York City’s laws. If you are going to use a business to help you with your immigration matters, protect yourself.
Learn more about Local Law 31 

Local Law 73
In 2003, Mayor Bloomberg signed Local Law 73, also known as the “Equal Access to Human Services Law.” This City law strengthens language access services for limited-English-proficient individuals seeking vital health and human services. The law places requirements on the Human Resources Administration (HRA), the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS), the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), and the Department of Homeless Services (DHS).
Learn more about Local Law 73 

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