Statements and resolutions

All statements and resolutions by the Immigrant Rights Commission.

Documents

The San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission is deeply disappointed in today's decision by the San Francisco Superior Court to revoke noncitizen parents' right to vote in School Board elections.

The San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission stands with the City and County of San Francisco in affirming the voting rights of immigrant parents in our city's Board of Education elections

IRC resolution making findings to allow teleconferenced meetings under California Government Code Section 54953(e). 

IRC resolution supporting the Board of Supervisors action to ensure access to paid time off for domestic workers. This ordinance would establish the guidelines for an innovative portable benefits system that would make it possible for privately employed nannies, homecare workers and house cleaners in San Francisco to accumulate and use the paid time off that they are legally entitled to under the SF Paid Sick Leave Ordinance.

IRC resolution making findings to allow teleconferenced meetings under California Government Code Section 54953(e)

IRC resolution supporting the Board of Supervisors action in amending the Municipal Elections Code to reauthorize Non-United States citizen voting in elections for the Board of Education of the San Francisco Unified School District

Resolution Supporting the passage of AB 1259 (Chiu) Criminal procedure: Motion to vacate (Expanding Post-Conviction Relief for Immigrants)

Resolution supporting Senate Bill 321 (Durazo), as amended, Employment safety standards: household domestic services

Statement in support of San Francisco Board of Supervisors resolution opposing human rights violations in Colombia  

Resolution to condemn the crimes against humanity perpetuated by United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) against immigrants and their families

Resolution calling for assistance and support for vulnerable immigrants

SF Census Complete Count Committee and Immigrant Rights Commission Statement on the President's memorandum to exclude undocumented immigrants from the 2020 Census Apportionment Base

San Francisco Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs and Immigrant Rights Commission Statement on SCOTUS DACA ruling

Resolution supporting passage of the San Francisco Commissions for All’s Aspiring Citizens Charter Amendment, 200452 - Requirements for Commission Membership

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission Statement on Expansion of Travel Ban

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission Statement on SCOTUS Public Charge Ruling

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission Statement on Flores Settlement Agreement Final Rule Change

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission statement on the federal government's public charge rule. 

San Francisco Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs, San Francisco Complete Count Committee, and San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission statement on 2020 Census citizenship question

Immigrant Rights Commission statement on public charge rule. 

San Francisco Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs, Immigrant Rights Commission, and Human Rights Commission Statement on Supreme Court Ruling on Muslim travel ban. 

The Immigrant Rights Commission condemns the separation of children from their parents at the U.S. - Mexico border. 

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission and Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs Statement on DACA Ruling

 

 

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission: Stand up for justice and core American values— End the Muslim Travel Ban

San Francisco Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs and San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission: 2020 Census citizenship question will not ensure an accurate, complete or fair count of America’s people.

San Francisco Immigrant Rights: proud to be a nation of immigrants. 

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission Statement on U.S. District Judge DACA Ruling

The Immigrant Rights Commission's Resolution supporting the passage of S. 1615 (DREAM Act of 2017) without concessions.

Immigrant Rights Commission resolution to encourage the City and County of San Francisco to be a leader in eliminating the good vs. bad immigrant narrative.

Immigrant Rights Commission Statement and Call to Action on anti-immigrant policies

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission Statement on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Immigrant Rights Commission statement on Sanctuary City Federal Court Ruling.

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission Statement on the 45th Presidential Inauguration

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission statement of hope and gratitude. 

Immigrant Rights Commission statement on anti-immigrant bigotry. 

Statement of reaffirmation for the San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission Statement Applauding US Senate's Block on Bills 3100 & 1762

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission Expresses Disappointment with the Supreme Court's Split 4-4 Decision in United States v. Texas

La Comisión de los Derechos del Inmigrante ( IRC, siglas en inglés) Expresa su Decepción ante la Decisión Divida de la Corte Suprema en Cuanto al Caso de Estados Unidos Contra Texas.

三藩市移民權益委員會對最高法院就「美利堅合眾國訴德克薩斯州」(United States v. Texas)一案作出4票贊成、4票反對(4-4)的分歧裁定表達失望

Ang Komisyon sa Karapatan ng mga Imigrante sa San Francisco (IRC) ay nagpahayag ng pagkadismayado nito sa desisyon ng Supreme Court na split 4-4 na desisyon sa United Stated vs Texas 

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission statement on the report of future ICE raids. 

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission statement on Amicus Brief supporting President Obama's Executive Actions on immigration

Immigrant Rights Commission supports the U.S. Supreme Court's consideration of immigration Executive Actions

San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission Issues Advisory on ICE Immigration Raids By Department of Homeland Security

Aviso Sobre Las Redadas de Inmigración del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (ICE)

Immigrant Rights Commission Statement on the 5th Circuit Court Ruling Against Executive Action

Immigrant Rights Commission statement on National Citizenship Day 2015