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Last updated on March 14, 2012 by National Partnership for New Americans
On July 17, nearly 200 immigrants, immigrant integration experts, and leaders of state and local governments from across the country gathered at the first ever White House Convening on Immigrant and Refugee Integration. NPNA and Welcoming America, with the White House, assembled this group to explore how the federal government can engage with communities on immigrant integration. Read more!
NPNA has deep reach into diverse immigrant communities in eleven states across the country. Check out our interactive map to see where Partners are located and what they’re working on.
Local community organizer takes over National Partnership for New Americans, Sun Times, December 18,2013
Más de 600 líderes se reúnen para hablar de inmigración y piden parar las deportaciones, Univision, November 18, 2013
Miami's Top Five: What you need to know Monday(AP), Miami Herald, November 18, 2013
Henry Cisneros cree que habrá reforma migratoria en 2014, La Opinion, November 18, 2013
Conferencia reunirá a 600 líderes para definir integración de inmigrantes, EFE, November 8, 2013
Hundreds of immigrant advocates gather in Miami(AP), Bloomberg Businessweek, November 18, 2013
Rahm Emmanuel and Luis V. Gutierrez, Priced Out of Citizenship, The New York Times, April 3, 2013