# Mayor eric adams migrants
New York Mayor Visits Latin America to Uncover Migrant Crisis
Mayor Eric Adams is on his way to Latin America to find out the problem in the migrant crisis New York City and the United States are facing. For New York City, the crisis began when Texas Governor Greg Abbott began bussing migrants to the city over a year ago. Since then, Mayor Adams has been struggling to house and support over 100,000 migrants who call New York City their new home.
Mayor Adams Said the Migrant Issue is an International Issue
While New York City continues to deal with its migrant crisis, Mayor Eric Adams said the situation is bigger than just New York City. He said this was a global issue. Recently Mayor Adams was on an interview on 77 ABC with Sid Rosenberg on “Sid & Friends in the Morning”.
President Biden Supports Mayor Adams' Work Authorizations For 60k Venezuelans in NYC
For months, New York Mayor Eric Adams has asked for work authorizations for migrants. Mayor Adams didn’t meet the President on his recent visit to his city, but Governor Kathy Hochul met Biden who assured her he was working on it.
Governor Hochul Said President Biden is Listening to New York About the Migrant Crisis
President Joe Biden was in New York City and it appeared he wasn’t going to talk to anyone about the migrant crisis until Wednesday. Governor Kathy Hochul had a meeting with him where they discussed New York’s migrant crisis.
New York Governor Hochul Urges President Biden Asking to Aid Migrants
New York Governor Kathy Hochul finally addressed a problem her state is facing and decided to write President Joe Biden. She wrote a letter to the President and detailed what the State needs and the majority is in New York City where Mayor Eric Adams is trying to manage over 100,000 migrants who arrived over the past year.
Mayor Adams Announced New York City Now has Over 100,000 Migrants
This past Wednesday, August 16, Mayor Eric Adams announced a record-high number of migrants have arrived in New York City. He said 101,200 migrants arrived in the City. With migrants bussed by Texas, many also arrived in New York City on their own to start a new life.
The Hochul Staff Says New York Mayor Adams is Not Proactive to Support Migrants
New York Governor Kathy Hochul and Mayor Eric Adams are not seeing eye to eye. The State published a scathing letter directed at the City on its handling of the migrant crisis.
Mayor Adams Calls For Support From the State and Biden Administration
Last week, New York Mayor Eric Adams announced the City planned to spend $12 billion to support migrants for the next few years. Then Mayor Adams did two interviews and expressed the reasons and the cost of supporting migrants.
New York Mayor Adams Plans to Erect a New Shelter For Migrants Using Taxpayer Funds
Since Governor Greg Abbott bussed migrants to New York City a year ago, this has place Mayor Eric Adams in a challenge he is still trying to solve. New York City is short on funds and shelter space for the migrants. New York taxpayers will fund his next move as a shelter is erected on Randall’s Island.
Mayor Adams May Set Up Housing For Migrants in Central Park
Since Mayor Eric Adams instituted the 60-day rule for migrants, several migrants have been forced to leave temporary shelters. Now, recent reports show migrants could end up staying in Central Park.
Mayor Adams Said We Have No More Room, Now Migrants Sleep On the Street
What looked like a good plan initially, may have backfired for New York City Mayor Eric Adams. It was only a few weeks ago that he instituted a new policy for migrants to limit their stay in city housing to 60 days. Now, some of those migrants have been sleeping on the street in front of the Roosevelt Hotel.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams Gives Migrants 60 Days to Get Out of Shelters
Last week, news broke out that New York City Mayor Eric Adams was discouraging migrants from coming to the city. Now, Adams announced a new plan to limit their stay in temporary shelters. Mayor Adams wants to allow migrants to stay no longer than 60 days in shelters.
Mayor Adams Said NYC Has Done More Than Any Other Level of Government For Asylum Seekers
Last year Texas Governor Greg Abbott began bussing migrants to New York City. This year, the governor has not sent many migrants to the city but migrants are still arriving almost daily.
Mayor Adams Found Some Money for Migrants as He Cuts a Few Bus Services
Free bus rides for migrants once they arrive in New York City have ended at least for the moment. Migrants are now given maps to help them find their way in the big city. Community activist Power Malu was disappointed and said:
New York Hires Private Security to Prevent Gang Activity From Migrants Affiliated With Gangs
New York City is hiring security guards as it deals with the migrant crisis. It’s not the same reason that Chicago is dealing with as local police officers are currently under investigation for having sex with migrants. One police officer is accused of impregnating a teenage migrant mentioned here.
Mayor Eric Adams Approves $1.4 Billion Budget While Supporting Migrants He Supports
Mayor Eric Adams had to make some cuts to get New York City’s budget passed working with the city legislators. It wasn’t easy as they had to make cuts in the critical area of the Department of Homeland Services.
New York Mayor Adams Copied the Same Migrant Bussing Plan as Governor Abbott and Spent $50,000
It’s been almost a year since Texas Governor Greg Abbott began bussing migrants to New York City. New York was the second city after Washington, D.C. that Abbott started bussing migrants. This only brought a backlash from New York City Mayor Eric Adams.
Mayor Eric Adams Launches $5 Million Initiative to Support Asylum Seekers in New York
New York City is feeling the brunt of the United States policy supporting migrants. Mayor Eric Adams has repeatedly asked for support from President Joe Biden and he has been met with little to no response since Texas bussed migrants here last summer.
Depending On Who You Ask, Local Support For Migrants Varies in New York
The political landscape varies depending on where you are in New York. Some welcome migrants while others have kept them out of their communities. Some of the migrants arrived from Texas Governor Greg Abbott and others made their way to New York City.
Mayor Adams to Spend $4.3 Billion Supporting Migrants in New York City Through July 2024
Mayor Eric Adams continues paying to house migrants in New York City. The latest total cost comes to approximately $4.3 billion which is only through July 2024. The little money FEMA is providing is only a tiny portion of this. FEMA is only providing $104.6 million which was announced last Wednesday, June 6. Mayor Adams is still looking for funding and community agencies to help provide support.