This next few days will be pivotal in the effort to reform immigration. There’s a major rally in front of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, April 10. And we’re expecting to see actual legislation soon–with language from both the House and Senate that includes a path to citizenship. But Ted... Continue »
A range of developments underscores the momentum behind immigration reform, while highlighting the newfound support for reform from both traditional and non-traditional backers.  Even the spate of stories last week that asked if business and labor disputes would help scuttle the overall reform effort were overblown, as the talks... Continue »
SEIU will begin to air $300,000 in ads nationwide on Wednesday, calling for immigration reform with a path to citizenship.  The ad is part of a seven-figure television ad campaign from SEIU, according to the Washington Post. As the ad intones: Our immigration system is broken, and Congress has a chance... Continue »
Sign our petition to Congress: The American people want citizenship, and it’s time for Congress to deliver… Continue »
We’re winning — and people are starting to notice. This week, a New York Times story summarized our momentum: “Republican opposition to legalizing the status of millions of illegal immigrants is crumbling.” The examples keep coming. Last month, Jeb Bush was widely panned — even within his own party — for suggesting... Continue »
Today, America’s Voice Education Fund and fellow immigration experts held the fifth in a series of weekly press briefings, or “Immigration Reform “Office Hours.”  Each week, a different and diverse group of speakers will share the latest information on the players, politics, legislation and other developments coming down the pipeline as... Continue »
Picture this, if you can: A roomful of House Republicans have nothing but praise for a fellow Republican who has just come out in favor of immigration reform with a pathway to citizenship.  As they express support for some version of immigration reform, they are asked if any of... Continue »
It’s been a whirlwind of a day, following Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)’s hyper-evolution on immigration reform with citizenship and the back-and-forth of what he actually supports.  Paul has gone on the record supporting immigration reform with citizenship before, saying that we don’t need to “make it an easy path for citizenship, there... Continue »