U.S. Congress: Make Common Sense Immigration Reform a Reality!
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U.S. Congress: Make Common Sense Immigration Reform a Reality!

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People across America agree -- it's time to make common sense immigration reform a reality. And Congress needs to respond.

AJC’s Bridging America Project is bringing together people from business, labor, healthcare, education, law enforcement and diverse faith groups, who want to fix our broken immigration system.

We think legal immigration should be easier, illegal immigration should be harder, and current undocumented immigrants should have a pathway out of the shadows.

Join with AJC’s Bridging America Project and help us tell Congress that immigration reform is in the best interest of America’s economy, security and values.

Together, our voice is loud and clear!

Recent signatures


    1. Reached 10,000 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Josh Fialkoff JAMAICA PLAIN, MA
      • 11 months ago

      We're all immigrants and we all deserve the chance to pursue the American dream. Plus, it's better to have a regulated immigration system rather than one that forces people to consort with drug dealers, terrorists and other criminals.

    • Cheyenne Posey IRVING, TX
      • 12 months ago

      Some of the brightest, most intelligent, caring, kind-hearted individuals I know are immigrants brought here as children, and they're more hard-working, productive, and compassionate than many people I've met who were born here. In fact, not to get into personal business or anything, but they have protected me numerous occasions from harassment and bullying from legal citizens, which, in my opinion, is just a small example that speaks volumes about the type of people they are. They're good kids with A and B averages who want to go to college and grow up in the only country they've ever really known- America. It's not their fault, and I think we know that many citizens in other, more dangerous or underdeveloped countries are less fortunate than we are in the USA. We need them. They need us. Grow up, put aside your xenophobia, and have an open mind.

    • David Maimin NEW YORK, NY
      • 12 months ago

      My parents were immigrants. We are all immigrants.

    • Charles L. Rojer, M.D. PRINCETON, NJ
      • 12 months ago

      I was an immigrant once!

    • Ana Vergara PASCO, WA
      • about 1 year ago

      Immigrants will always be here; the only this for congress to decide is how they want immigrants to contribute to society. By passing immigration reform, it would be benefit everyone.


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