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Mailing Address: 144 West 32nd St., New York, NY 10001

Physical Address: 135 West 31st St., New York, NY 10001

info@migrantcenterofnyinc.org

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© 2019 The Migrant Center of New York, Inc.

PROTECT THOSE
WHO PROTECT US!

JOIN the NEW YORK STATE NURSES ASSOCIATION’S (NYSNA) call to protect those who work to save lives: our doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals.

 

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The Migrant Center of New York, Inc. is in solidarity with all who work to save thousands of lives in New York City & State.  

 

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Let us pray and let us stand in solidarity with all those who put themselves in harm’s way for the sake of their sisters and brothers.

 

In solidarity,

The Migrant Center of New York, Inc.

(a Franciscan Ministry)

MESSAGE from the CENTER

Dear Friends,

May we find comfort in the Lord during this time of crisis.

Due to the current COVID19 virus crisis, the Migrant Center will be closed until further notice.

For any immigration concerns, please write to us at: assistance@migrantcenterofnyinc.org.

I pray that you stay safe and healthy and may this crisis be over soon!

Sincerely,

Fr. Julian S. Jagudilla, OFM & Staff at the Migrant Center

OUR MISSION

The Migrant Center of New York, Inc. (MCNY) is a 501(c) 3 organization with a mission to promote, and protect the rights and welfare of migrants and refuges by providing pro bono or affordable immigration legal services; education and advocacy.  The Migrant Center envisions itself as an organization that welcomes “newcomers” and assist them in achieving legitimate immigration status.

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Stand-Up Campaign

Stand Up, Immigrants: Build the Network! is a campaign to protect the rights and welfare of immigrants, especially the undocumented. The aim of the campaign is to build a network that provides immigrants with information, support, and protection. Along with their allies, Stand Up, Immigrants is primarily led by immigrants who are gravely affected by adverse immigration policies and their allies.

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Watch this video from Hope Border Institute with Dylan Corbett, executive director of HOPE, giving an update from the borderlands.

40-hr Immigration Course
Tue, Mar 24
San Damiano Hall, 129 W 31st St.
Mar 24, 6:00 PM – Jun 20, 9:00 PM
San Damiano Hall, 129 W 31st St., 129 W 31st St, New York, NY 10001, USA
The course happens on a total of fourteen Tuesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. RSVP to submit your name and email address and we will contact you for payment and other details.
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