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House Must Act Quickly to Pass the U.S. Citizenship Act

On Thursday February 18, the U.S. Citizenship Act was introduced in both the House and Senate. The bill, based on President Biden’s Day 1 legislation, would put millions of immigrants on an 8-year-long path to citizenship as well as remaking the future immigration system for the better. There is a fast track for agricultural workers, immigrant youth who have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and migrants with temporary protected status (TPS) or deferred enforced departure (DED).

The Act reforms many draconian laws that have harmed immigrants for 25 years or more in the visa, asylum, and detention systems. It’s a bill that should be improved, especially to ensure immigrants have access to basic services like health care and to prevent convictions in the racially biased criminal-sanctions system from separating immigrants from their families. But Members of Congress should immediately advance this bill—and work to make positive changes—so immigrants can know by spring that they are welcomed to citizenship.

We have an opportunity to push our Representatives to act. No reminders are needed that immigration reform legislation has failed over and over again, most recently in 2013. This is the time for success, but Congress’s window is short. They need pressure to prioritize the U.S. Citizenship Act and get immigration reform done.


Fill out this form right now and we’ll connect you to your Representative. Tell them to do everything in their power to protect immigrants in our communities by passing the U.S. Citizenship Act in March.

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Tell Your Representative to pass the U.S. Citizenship Act now

Hello, I’m a constituent from [part of state] and I’m calling to make sure that passing immigration reform quickly is one of your top priorities.

The U.S. Citizenship Act needs to become law next month. Millions of immigrants and their families, friends, and neighbors are counting on Congress to get immigration reform right this time. The Act has a lot of great components even though some parts should be improved to make sure no one is left behind. We expect no delays or compromises in the House, so by spring immigrants know with certainty that their home is here.

Will [Representative] act to pass the U.S. Citizenship Act in the coming weeks? I will be closely watching for [Representative]’s actions on this and following up.

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