The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) recently awarded 18 immigrant-serving organizations to conduct a series of Immigrant Rights Workshops.
Read more on our announcement.
New York City is committed to fostering a welcoming city for immigrant families and has policies to ensure that all New Yorkers regardless of immigration status can access the City services they need. The City is partnering with community organizations to help currently residing and newly arrived immigrants know their basic legal rights through Immigrant Rights Workshops (IRWs).
IRWs provide immigrant New Yorkers with the tools and training necessary to navigate and access city services. IRWs cover an array of topics, including how to navigate interactions with federal immigration enforcement (ICE), avoid fraudulent legal services, access COVID-related services, and more. IRWs also help guide immigrants to free and safe immigration legal and social services.
Learn more about the organizations partnering with MOIA to conduct IRWs and about upcoming workshops below: