FWD.us is mobilizing the tech community in support of policies that keep
the American Dream achievable in the 21st century, starting with commonsense immigration reform.
Thousands of people from across the country have joined the fight, from
grassroots supporters to our world-class technologist founders, including:
Number of undocumented immigrants living under threat of deportation without a pathway to citizenship.
Amount of tax revenue our country loses every day without commonsense reform.
Number of American jobs that would be created if we passed immigration reform.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has repeatedly promised to mass deport 11.4 million undocumented immigrants – as well as an additional 3.4 million U.S. citizen children of undocumented immigrants – if elected.
Trump's inhumane and enormously expensive "plan" defies American values and would devastate American industries, communities, and economy. Explore what Trump's proposed inhumane and enormously expensive plan would mean for American industries, communities, and our economy.Learn More
After the Supreme Court's ruling in U.S. v. Texas, now is the time for Congress to take action and pass immigration reform in 2017. Our fight for families continues until we win. Join us.
From San Francisco to Austin, Miami to New York, FWD.us has enlisted thousands to roll up our sleeves, get engaged, and communicate to lawmakers the urgent need for immigration reform. Join our vibrant community through your local chapter.
Real lives hang in the balance while we wait for our broken immigration system to be fixed. Read the inspiring stories of people who stand to benefit from these policies and share your own immigration story in support of reform!
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The White House has announced the draft of a program that will make it easier for talented foreign inventors, researchers, and startup founders to continue creating jobs in the United States. Before the entrepreneur program can go into effect, the administration has opened a public comment period.