Comprehensive immigration reform would reaffirm the American values of hard work, fairness and building strong families.
- Comprehensive Immigration Reform would reward immigrants who want to work and raise their families in the United States, learn English and contribute to their communities.
- Reform would reunite families currently separated by restrictive policies and bureaucratic backlogs, and protect “mixed-status” families with native-born citizen children.
- Dozens of faith groups representing millions of Americans have vocally advocated for immigration reform. The support of faith groups who often disagree on other political issues demonstrates that immigration reform is a moral imperative crossing political lines.