President’s Executive Action on Immigration – Free Public Information Meetings – All Welcome!

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EIIC meetings Presidents Executive Action on Immigration (2)

The Emerald Isle Immigration Center will be hosting public community information meetings in conjunction with The Consul General of Ireland, the Aisling Irish Center and the New York Irish Center as follows:

St. Barnabas High School – Auditorium (H.S. Chapel)
Entrance is located on corner of 409 E. 241st Street and McLean Ave.
Woodlawn, NY 10470
Thursday, March 9th  6:00pm
Emerald Isle Immigration Center
(718) 324-3039

New York Irish Center
1040 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101
Tuesday, March 14th 7:00pm
Emerald Isle Immigration Center
(718) 478-5502

All are Welcome! Come For Yourself, Your Family, Even Friends, and Neighbors.
Consulate Staff, Immigration attorneys, EIIC counselors, and Staff will speak about immigration concerns and the rights of all immigrants.

For updates and future meeting dates visit our website http://www.eiic.org or
Facebook at  www.facebook.com/EIICNY

Major Funding  received from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade  – Emigrant Support Program; New York City Council; Department for the  Aging  – Extended Serviced and Referral; Department of Youth and Community Development;  New York City  Human Resources Administration; United States Citizenship and Immigration Services  – Citizenship and Integration Grant; NYS Senator Klein– Meals on Wheels Program, Community Services Society of  New York

Information Meetings on President’s Executive Action on Immigration

President Obama has announced his Executive Action to provide administrative relief to certain individuals without immigration status currently in the United States. Early details indicate that his plan will help long-term undocumented parents of children who are U.S. citizens or Read More …

EXECUTIVE ACTION ON IMMIGRATION COULD HAPPEN AS SOON AS THIS WEEK

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NOVEMBER 17, 2014
EXECUTIVE ACTION ON IMMIGRATION COULD HAPPEN AS SOON AS THIS WEEK
While nothing has been confirmed, President Obama has indicated that he intends to announce a broad overhaul of the current immigration enforcement system by the end of this year. He may take executive action as soon as this coming week to help up to five million unauthorized immigrants. Sources indicate that his plan would help undocumented parents of children who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents by giving them authorization to work legally and protecting them from deportation, which would relieve many families’ fears of being separated.

Please keep checking our Facebook page and Twitter feed for updates on any White House announcements, further details of the plan, and any public information events that we will host.