FWD.us was launched in the spring of 2013 because leaders in the tech and business communities saw an important window of opportunity to help fix our country’s broken immigration system.
A bipartisan group of Senators pass the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act, which later fails in the House.
Since June of 2014, Immigrant Heritage Month has given people across the United States an opportunity to explore their own heritage and celebrate the shared diversity that forms the unique story of America.
FWD.us joins the larger national immigration coalition to collect amicus brief signatures from the business, non-profit, and education communities.
The "I Am An Immigrant" campaign encourages all Americans to celebrate the monumental contributions that immigrants have made — and continue to make every day.
FWD.us launches efforts in New York, focusing on reducing unnecessary pretrial sentencing, safely fixing the state's broken criminal justice system that causes job loss and punishes families.
The Oklahoma Legislature passed key legislation from the Oklahoma Justice Reform Task Force. These bills will reduce prison beds by 4,851 over the next ten years and ensure a better public safety return on taxpayer dollars.