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Annual Report

The Federation’s annual reports offer summaries of its yearly activities, achievements, policies, funders and audited financial statements. Annual Reports archive

Annual Survey

Each year, the Federation conducts surveys to identify the needs, opinions and concerns of Latinos in New York City, New Jersey and other areas. These annual surveys provide a deeper understanding of issues affecting Latino communities. Annual Survey archive

Newspaper Column

Ayudando a la Comunidad (Helping the Community) is the Hispanic Federation's weekly column published by el diario-La Prensa newspaper. The column highlights current issues affecting the Latino community.

ePerspectiva Latina

This bi-monthly digital newsletter features articles on the Federation’s initiatives in Latino communities, profiles of member agencies and key supporters, and lists upcoming events and opportunities for readers to get involved. To subscribe to ePerspectiva Latina, click here. You can read past issues in the ePerspectiva Latina archive.

Piñata

Designed especially for HF member agencies, this weekly newsletter offers information on the Federation’s latest capacity-building programs, funding opportunities, community outreach and education initiatives, as well as its achievements in advocacy. Piñata archive

Policy Briefs

The Federation’s policy briefs analyze specific political, economic and social issues that disproportionately affect Hispanics. The policy briefs are used to educate the media, policy makers and elected officials about the special needs and concerns of Latino communities. Policy Briefs archive



Policy Brief: Immigration Reform 2013 PDF Print E-mail

policy brief 2013 immigration reform

The Hispanic Federation is pleased to share its latest Policy Brief on Immigration Reform, which outlines key principles needed to ensure that reform is just and workable for our community and nation.

This report highlights the following priorities as critical to achieving that goal:

  • Providing a Broad, Clear and Fair Path to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrants

  • Eliminating System Backlogs

  • Preserving Family Unity

  • Ensuring Due Process and Civil Rights

  • Humane Enforcement of Immigration Laws

  • Federal Pre-Emption

Please click here to download the report and find out the significance of each of these reforms and what must be done to achieve its stated objectives. We are working aggressively to educate and mobilize Latinos and others to support the immigration reform principles laid out in this policy brief, and welcome your support and involvement.

The time to pass progressive reform is now! To get involved, contact our DC Director, Bertha Guerrero or our Director of Immigration, Jessica Orozco.




 
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