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Executive Director Monsignor Kevin Sullivan shares a video message from a Caritas site in Krakow, Poland, on why Catholic Charites of New York was in the region with Cardinal Dolan talking to Ukrainian Refugees and aid workers.  Monsignor Kevin Sullivan traveled to Poland last week to witness relief efforts by Catholic...
Throughout the month of October, Catholic Charities is celebrating the volunteers and clients of our Pro Bono Project in anticipation of National Pro Bono Week coming up October 24-30, 2021. Today, we highlight Pro Bono Volunteer Advocate Kristen Sisko of Meyner and Landis LLP. When Kristen first volunteered with...
THE NEEDIEST CASES FUND Supporting Afghans After EvacuationNonprofit groups supported by The Times’s annual campaign worked to nourish, support, and welcome those seeking refuge. “When you’re patient and kind with someone who has left everything behind,” one New Yorker said, “the whole experience will be different.” Days before Afghanistan...
Currents News Air Date August, 24, 2021. As the Taliban grows stronger each day in Afghanistan, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York is trying to help those fleeing for their life. “We have already begun that process and we are prepared to do more as...
Catholic Charities continues to resettle Afghan refugees, assisting two families and a single man who arrived in the United States this month.  It’s work that is sure to intensify with thousands fleeing the country as the Taliban strengthen their grip after more than 20 years of war. Those who want to contribute to the...
President Joe Biden’s First 100 Days in Office Show Quiet Success on Immigration, But with More Work Needed at the Border and for the Undocumented    As the Biden administration completed 100 days in office on April 30, it achieved—if somewhat quietly—several important immigration policy goals outlined in January of this year and promised during...
“In 2020 we served over 100,000 immigrants.” Immigration has risen to the top of the news cycle in recent weeks. With the recent change of administration in Washington, new executive orders, agency policies, and legislative reforms that affect immigrants and refugees have been issued or proposed. Critics, however, suggest that these...
With the recent change of administration in Washington, new executive orders, agency policies, and legislative reforms affecting immigrants and refugees have been issued or proposed. We expect more in the months to come, as lawmakers continue to search for pathways that respond to the needs of immigrant families, workers, refugees, and children. This page will...
Catholic Charities issued the following statement today in response to the Biden Administration’s announcement that it would withdraw the government’s case to defend the Trump Administration Public Charge Rule: “We are pleased with the administration’s decision to withdraw Trump Public Charge Rule and reinstate guidance that has...
Information Updated as of 2/18/2021 A new administration brings hope for meaningful reforms to immigration laws and policies. But notarios and predatory attorneys often take advantage of that hope by claiming to assist noncitizens pursue permanent relief, like a Green Card.  It is important to have accurate and updated information.  With...
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