Advocate for Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrant People

The 11 million undocumented and under-documented immigrant people living in the United States have made it clear: "We are home.” Ask Congress to reflect this reality in our laws so that no person continues to live in fear of losing their home, family, or community. Our immigration laws should honor the God-given dignity of every person, protect family unity, and promote thriving communities. Call on Congress to work together in a bipartisan way to create a pathway to citizenship for undocumented and under-documented immigrant people.  

Our immigrant communities deserve every opportunity to build a pathway to citizenship. Throughout this year, there will be opportunities to advocate for bills that offer a pathway to citizenship for DACA recipients, Temporary Protected Status (TPS) holders, farmworkers, and essential workers. Change is needed now, and each of these bills will provide relief to millions of people who are home in the United States. These types of bills will serve as first steps towards the goal of creating a pathway to citizenship for all 11 million undocumented and under-documented immigrant people who are home in the United States. 

Together, we must commit to advocating for citizenship for all 11 million immigrant people for the long haul. Getting citizenship for all will require constant and persistent advocacy, and we must commit to keep that pressure going. This year we have a unique window of opportunity to make this happen, and your efforts can ensure that we do not miss that opportunity. 

Tell Congress: Create a Pathway to Citizenship for Undocumented Immigrant People 

Description for action: The 11 million undocumented and under-documented immigrant people living in the United States have made it clear: "We are home.” Ask Congress to reflect this reality in our laws so that no person continues to live in fear of losing their home, family, or community. Our immigration laws should honor the God-given dignity of every person, protect family unity, and promote thriving communities.  

Call your senators and representative and ask them to work together in a bipartisan way to create a pathway to citizenship for undocumented and under-documented immigrant people this year.  

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