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NIIC 2015 in New York City!

The National Immigrant Integration Conference 2015, New American Dreams: Advancing Opportunity, Equality & Justice  will be held in Brooklyn, New York from December 13-15, 2015, and is co-hosted by the National Partnership for New Americans and the New York Immigration Coalition.

The preliminary NIIC 2015 schedule and program are here! Click the links to discover and identify which sessions you want to participate in!

NIIC 2015 Registration


REGISTER NOW! NIIC 2015 registration is open and available online or by check. Early Bird discounted rates are now closed.

Registration fees do not include hotel accommodation but you can book your room at our venue – New York Marriott at Brooklyn Bridge. Book your hotel room now.

Sponsor NIIC 2015

NIIC 2015 will bring together the policy, business, nonprofit, labor, academic, faith, community and philanthropic sectors to build immigrant integration solutions together.

Sponsorship engagement begins at $10,000 and is a unique opportunity to play a leading role at NIIC 2015. Click here for more information about our current Sponsors and how to participate.

Donate to NIIC!

Donate to NIIC! Your tax-deductible contribution supports NIIC and our ability to provide scholarships to attendees with limited financial capacities. Contributions of any amount are welcome! For more information about NIIC’s scholarship fund and your financial support, download this PDF.

To make a contribution, click here.



We’ll be making history together Dec 13-15, 2015 at NIIC 2015. Watch this video and find out why you should join the country’s largest immigration-related conference, and the largest NIIC yet!

Join us at NIIC 2015 – the largest gathering of immigrant integration leaders, strategizing for change – December 13-15, 2015

NIIC 2015 Hosts

The National Immigrant Integration Conference 2015 is co-hosted by the National Partnership for New Americans and the New York Immigration Coalition. Feel free to find out more about our advocacy and vision and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

NIIC 2015 Executive Committee

Joining the Co-Hosts on the NIIC 2015 Executive Committee are key partners Make the Road New York, which builds the power of Latino communities to achieve dignity and justice, as well as the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition, the largest organization in New England promoting the rights and integration of immigrants and refugees.

About #NIIC

Stay tuned for more about NIIC 2015, “New American Dreams: Advancing Opportunity, Equality & Justice,” to be held in Brooklyn, New York from December 13-15, 2015.

Previous conferences have been exciting events that brought together policymakers, practitioners, refugee resettlement professionals, faith leaders, elected officials and government employees, funders, organizers, researchers, business representatives, and other stakeholders from across the country to think and learn together.

The conference has been structured to provide a space for people at all different levels of experience to hear from experts in the field of immigrant integration, share best practices and promising developments, and put forward their best thinking around key topic areas and challenges.

Participants told us they come away inspired by great work happening all over the country and were ready to tackle the challenges of building a stronger democracy as we launched a new decade for immigrant integration.


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NIIC 2015 Sponsors

Thanks to our generous early sponsors! This list is in formation. To sponsor NIIC 2015, click here for more information.


What others say about NIIC

Julia Preston

They pushed strollers, tugged toddlers and streamed into the convention center in the heart of this city on Sunday, thousands of immigrants here illegally and anxious to find out if they could gain protection from deportation under executive actions by President Obama

The crowd, waiting in a long snaking line to check in, was drawn by an information session organized by advocacy groups offering people initial assessments to see if they meet the requirements to apply to stay in the country and work.

Julia PrestonImmigration Reporter, New York TimesRead the article here
Jaime Garcia

Univision Nacional, Jorge Ramos introdujo esta historia en la Conferencia Nacional de Integración de los Inmigrantes 2014, con el director de USCIS León Rodríguez, Asociación Nacional de Nuevos Americanos director Joshua Hoyt y Anjelica Salas, directora de la Coalición por los Derechos Humanos de los Inmigrantes de Los Ángeles.

Jaime GarciaUnivision National Anchor Jorge RamosWatch the story here