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More of the same from last night’s #GOPdebate

The biggest question after last night’s Republican debate is not about who won. The biggest question, in fact, remains unanswered. With all the yelling and chaos, the candidates dodged the question yet again: What does each of them plan to do about the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States?

Reform is about families

Senators: Protect Administrative Relief!

Senators: Stand up for immigrant families! There are anti-immigrant extremists in both chambers of Congress that want to block administrative relief from going into effect, and continue to allow immigrant fmailies to be torn apart. Fill out the form to be connected to a key Senator’s office. Tell them to stand with immigrant families and […]

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How to prepare for relief

Join the National Community Call on Wednesday, December 3rd, at 7:30pm, to answer your questions about Administrative Relief! In the meantime, check out this resource page on how to prepare yourself.

Reform is about families

E140828ANXX_Stop Separating Families

President Obama: No more broken promises! President Obama cynically put the politics of his party over the lives of immigrant families and the urgent needs of America. Rather than keep his promise to provide relief to immigrant families by the end of the summer, he conceded to cowards and bullies and delayed relief for our […]

Amy Lin

Amy’s Story

Amy Lin is a member of ASPIRE (Asian Students Promoting Immigrant Rights through Education), and is a student at University of California, Los Angeles, where she is studying political science and labor and workplace studies. As an undocumented LGBTQ woman, her story is a testament to the struggle many immigrants go through on a daily […]