Join the Movement for Immigration Reform

Join the Movement for Immigration Reform

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The United States is a country that, like no other, has been built on the ingenuity and drive of immigrants. Yet we have a strange immigration policy for a nation of immigrants. Our system is broken, and is working to help fix it.

There are 11 million undocumented immigrants without any way to become citizens, including 1.8 million DREAMers, who cannot contribute fully to our country. We have a complicated and outdated visa system that makes it difficult for companies to hire and attract quality talent. Plus, our borders need to be more secure. Thankfully, we have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to fix our immigration system.

It's clear that a majority of Americans want reform. Meaningful reform will grow our economy, provide a pathway to citizenship, and make it easier to meet our workforce needs. People around the country have joined our movement, and the Senate has already passed reform. Now, it's time for the House to act.

We need more people like you to help us contact Congress, recruit friends, and spread the word about reform online.

Join and pledge to take action in support of immigration reform today.

I believe that our immigration system is broken, and that fixing it will boost our economy and do right by American families. A majority of Americans agree; it is time that we pass immigration reform.

I pledge to help pass immigration reform by taking actions that will grow this movement, and persuade Congress to act.

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    Reasons for signing

    • Jessica Herrera NAVASOTA, TX
      • 3 months ago

      I, myself recently became a citizen and finally began to live! However, many family members have their lives on hold despite their constant battle to lead a successful live/carreer in the US

    • everett baker LUSBY, MD
      • 5 months ago

      We need to have a system that works. The current system is broken, and hurting all of us!

    • Millie Torres HACKENSACK, NJ
      • 7 months ago

      I strongly believe that the current immigration system in the US is substantially flawed and there needs to be justice for those who are still waiting for a lawful solution to their current immigration status.

    • Rosalie Ruesewald FORT SMITH, AR
      • 9 months ago

      It is the RIGHT thing to do!

    • David Grigsby WYNNE, AR
      • 9 months ago

      Last time I checked, we are all immigrants in the United States of America.


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