CIS-NYC Responds to the Trump Administration’s Proposed Changes to Public Charge Definition
CIS-NYC Responds to President Trump’s Decision to End the DACA Program
You’re Invited to CIS-NYC’s 4th Annual Benefit!
Join us on April 4th, 2017 at Pulse Restaurant for a night of fun, good food, and showing your support for the immigrant community of NYC!
To buy a ticket or ad space, or for more information, please contact Brenda Barsallo at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-791-4590 ext. 100.
Can’t come? Please considering donating to support our work!
Please be sure to RSVP before March 24th. We hope to see you there!
Cabrini Immigrant Services of NYC Responds to President Trump’s Executive Orders on Immigration
National Migration Week
January 8-14, 2017
Creating a Culture of Encounter
For nearly a half century, the Catholic Church in the United States has celebrated National Migration Week. National Migration Week is an opportunity to recognize the contributions of immigrants, refugees, migrants and survivors of human trafficking in our communities as well as to highlight the work of the Church to serve and accompany newcomers. The theme for National Migration Week 2017 draws attention to Pope Francis’ call to create a culture of encounter. In the homily given at his first Pentecost as Pope, he emphasized the importance of encounter in the Christian faith: “For me this word is very important. Encounter with others. Why? Because faith is an encounter with Jesus, and we must do what Jesus does: encounter others.”
For National Migration Week 2017 and in support of immigrants and refugees, please send the following electronic postcard to your U.S. Senators and Members of Congress: