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Immigration policies should promote the reunification of immediate families, meet economic, business, and employment needs, and be responsive to those facing political persecution or humanitarian crises. 

Why It Matters

All people should receive fair treatment under the law, and the US must encourage immigrant participation in our democracy. 

What We're Doing

Legal Advocacy

We support federal immigration laws that provide efficient, expeditious systems for immigrants to enter the United States.

Congress must take immediate action to pass common-sense, fair immigration policies that end the crisis at our border, stop the separation of families, and provide a path to citizenship.

Supporting a Path to Citizenship

Diverse voices enhance our democracy. The League believes that a path to citizenship, or provisions for unauthorized immigrants already living in the US to earn legal status, will strengthen our nation.

We have lobbied both the House and Senate for a path to citizenship. We've also lobbied to support the DREAM Act, critical legislation enabling immigrant youth to become fully productive members of American society.

Helping New Americans Become Active Participants in Our Democracy

Voter education and voter registration are the foundation of the League’s work.

The strongest democracy is one in which the voices of all participants are heard. As such, the League is committed to helping new citizens become active in American political life. We do this by providing civic education and registering tens of thousands of new voters at naturalization ceremonies in communities nationwide.

Latest from the League

The League urged Congress to oppose an appropriations amendment that would exclude undocumented immigrants from the congressional apportionment calculation after each census. 

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The League signed onto a letter to the President urging him to direct the Administration to finalize the proposed rule to allow recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to enroll in health insurance through the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), and Medicaid.

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The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program protects certain people who immigrated to the United States as children from being deported. Since the program began in 2012, DACA has allowed more than 800,000 people to remain in the US, where they attend school, work, and raise their families as vital members of our communities. 

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