It's Time.

We need to fix America’s broken immigration system, giving undocumented youth and their families the chance to earn their citizenship.

Don’t let this chance at reform slip away.
In a historic vote on June 27, 2013, the Senate passed bipartisan immigration reform by a vote of 68-32. But now it’s time for the House to act.

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July 03, 2013

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July 03, 2013

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April 19, 2013

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March 04, 2013


Bloomberg News
5 days

How an Undocumented Immigrant from Me...

Sitting at her desk at Goldman Sachs, Julissa Arce is doing her best to keep it together. It’s September 2007. Her father is dying in Taxco de Alarcón, a small and hilly city in Mexico, and she has just hung up after ...
The Hill
7 days

Moving forward to fix our broken immi...

Our immigration system has been broken for decades. Our country deeply values fairness, but our immigration system has become unfair to businesses, workers and families alike. That’s something I’ve been trying to ...
The Faces of Immigration Reform in America
New York Times
4 months

Obama Plans to Protect Up to 5 Millio...

WASHINGTON — President Obama will ignore angry protests from Republicans and announce as soon as next week a broad overhaul of the nation’s immigration enforcement system that will protect up to five million undocumen...
5 months

Time now to pass immigration reform

For the past 10 years, Congress has tried to pass a comprehensive immigration reform bill to bring sense to U.S. immigration laws. And for 10 years, Congress has failed. During those years, one of the biggest obsta...
Wall Street Journal
6 months

Push for Immigrants to Become Citizens

The mayors of the nation's three largest cities—New York, Los Angeles and Chicago—plan to launch a new effort on Wednesday to increase citizenship among legal permanent residents, an effort officials hope will spread ...
New York Times
7 months

America's Test at the Border

The crisis of young migrants at the Texas border is a test of American values, one of those surprise exams that history now and then throws our way: Here are 57,000 helpless children. We are a nation of 300 million. D...
New York Times
8 months

In Arizona, Dreamers Can Drive

For a change, Arizonans are getting some good news on immigration. The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that the state cannot deny driver’s licenses to young unauthorized immigrants whom the ...
9 months

Democrats See Short Window for Bipart...

Time is running out for immigration reform. Mark your calendars for late July. Democrats are offering Republicans a stark choice on immigration reform: Pass a bill, or President Obama will go it alone. This we...
10 months

Poll: GOP Voters Back Immigration Reform

Comprehensive immigration reform enjoys broad bipartisan support, but is particularly intense among Hispanic voters, who are most likely to weigh the issue heavily as they assess candidates, according to a new POLITIC...
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