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Petitioning U.S. House of Representatives

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

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.

Letter to
U.S. House of Representatives
Congress must pass comprehensive reform with a fair and attainable path to citizenship this year.

The American people have shown again and again in the November 2012 elections and nearly every poll since that they expect Congress to work together to pass comprehensive immigration reform this year. And if the November elections showed us anything, it’s that we the people will vote for those lawmakers who will work towards making reform a reality, and against those who will try to stop it.

Passing comprehensive immigration reform with a fair and attainable path to citizenship must be a national priority for this year. A tremendous effort to pass a bill is already well underway in the Senate, and we call on our Representatives to support this bill, or to work on creating a similar bill in the House that also includes a fair and attainable path to citizenship for all undocumented Americans.

If you stand with us and support reform in 2013, immigrant rights voters will stand with you in 2014. We hope we can count on your support on this critical issue.

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