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Tell Congress: Create a Pathway For Our 11 Million Undocumented Immigrants

Eleven million people are currently living in our country but lack a path to citizenship. It’s hurting all of us.

Providing an earned pathway to citizenship for the roughly 11 million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. would be a huge lift to our economy.

America is stronger when everyone is given a chance to thrive, yet more than 11 million people are currently living in the U.S. without any path toward earning citizenship.

Nearly three in four Americans support undocumented immigrants being able to stay in the United States and eventually apply for citizenship. Why? Because commonsense reform that includes a path to citizenship would increase economic growth, lower the deficit, and increase the incomes of all Americans. Additionally, it would help decrease the cost of border security while at the same time increasing its effectiveness.

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Your Deep Dive: Creating a Pathway to Citizenship

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ICYMI: FWD.us, RAICES, United Airlines, Families Belong Together Support “Flights for Families”

FWD.us, RAICES, and the Families Belong Together Coalition yesterday announced a new multi-million dollar funding commitment to pay for “Flights for Families” torn apart by the Trump Administration’s family separation policy. We are working around…

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FWD.us Statement on Trump Administration’s Failure to Reunite Every Separated Family

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  • Immigration

Statement on Alejandra Juarez’s Pending Deportation

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  • Immigration

Nomination of Ronald Mortensen as Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau…

WASHINGTON, DC – FWD.us President Todd Schulte issued the following statement today on the nomination of Ronald Mortensen as Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Population, Refugees and…

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  • Press Statement
  • Immigration

FWD.us Update on the Trump Administration’s Family Separation Policy

  • Press Statement
  • Immigration

FWD.us Statement on Commerce Department’s Intent to Add Citizenship Question to U.S.…

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  • Immigration

ICYMI: Editorial Boards Criticize Trump Administration’s Immigration Policies

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  • Immigration

FWD.us Statement on Trump Administration’s Proposal to Terminate the Flores Settlement Agreement

  • Press Statement
  • Immigration

New Partnership with Uber to Help Reunited Families

  • Press Statement
  • Immigration

Multi-million dollar funding commitment to pay for flights for family reunifications

  • Press Statement
  • Immigration

Trump Administration’s Failure to Meet Court-Ordered Deadline for Family Reunification

  • Press Statement
  • Immigration

FWD.us Statement on Nationwide Injunction to Reunite Families

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  • Immigration

Administration looks to erect tent city to house children separated from parents

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