Tell the House of Representatives: Remember November and Support Immigration Reform!
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Tell the House of Representatives: Remember November and Support Immigration Reform!

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      Reform Immigration for America

The results of the November 2012 election and nearly every poll conducted since has shown that the majority of Americans support comprehensive immigration reform that creates a path to citizenship for all 11 million undocumented Americans that is fair and humane, and our representatives in Congress should as well.

Congress cannot let this moment pass. Dropping the ball on passing legislation would only allow the humanitarian crisis that is our current immigration system to continue without end. A comprehensive solution must be passed that keeps families together and creates a roadmap to citizenship for 11 million immigrants.

Help us ensure that Congress hears the message loud and clear. Add your name today and stand in solidarity with millions of immigrants.

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      • 2 months ago

      My husband still has no visa to come to the U.S. We are married 2 years now.

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      • 2 months ago

      ALL MINORITIES SHOULD HAVE THE SAME RIGHTS AS THOUS WHO ARE NOT MINORITIES.

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    • Miguel. A Zamorano MIAMI, FL
      • 10 months ago

      Let it be known that my name appears to have singed this but that is not the case. I do not agree

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    • isabel tabares ANAHEIM, CA
      • 12 months ago

      This country needs this! There is no time to keep ignoring it.

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    • Kimberly Griffith WHITTIER, NC
      • about 1 year ago

      My fiancé, a hard worker and a gentle man, was deported 4 days ago to Guatemala. We were supposed to get married this summer here, but will instead get married there.

      I am faced with a difficult decision, one hundreds of thousands of other US Citizens have been faced with: choose to stay with the love of my life or stay in my country. The laws put on the books in 1996 are disproportionately punitive; such a severe penalty for a civil infraction (no, being here undocumented is not a criminal act - it is civil, just like jaywalking or speeding) is unjust, to say the least. Although aimed at the undocumented person, these laws directly affect US Citizens and must be changed.

      CIR will help this immensely! The time is now for CIR.

      We WILL remember, come election time!

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