Immigration

The U.S. immigration system is broken—and U.S.-born workers as well as aspiring citizens are paying a heavy price. America needs to create an immigration process that works for working people—not a system that benefits corporate employers at the expense of everyone else.

Current U.S. immigration policy is a blueprint for employer manipulation and abuse, and both new American immigrants and American-born workers are suffering the consequences.

We say, “¡Basta Ya!” or “Enough Already!” That’s why the AFL-CIO supports a comprehensive, worker-centered approach as part of a common-sense immigration process.

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Aug 21

The New York City Central Labor Council, along with the National AFL-CIO and Organizing 2.0, will offer a day of trainings on digital strategies and online communications.  These courses will take place on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 from 9:30am to 5:00pm at 275 Seventh Avenue on the 16th Floor.

Sep 7

For more information, please call Brendan Griffith at (212) 604-9552

 

 

 

 

 

Sep 4

For more information, please call Brendan Griffith at (212) 604-9552

Sep 3

For more information, please call Brendan Griffith at (212) 604-9552

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May 28

Join members of the NYS DREAM Coalition, as they gather with Comptroller DiNapoli, Assemblyman Moya, CUNY Vice Chancellor Hershenson, immigrant and student activists, and others to tell legislators to pass the

May 21

Please join the NY Dream Act Coalition as we head to Albany to lobby and urge our legislators to pass the NY DREAM Act this session!  Transportation is free and will be provided from NYC at 7AM SHARP!  To register, please click here.  For m