STAND WITH DREAMERS

Nearly 800,000 Dreamers are under imminent threat.

Dreamers are members of our communities and the places we work. We are a stronger country because of them.

Dreamers need us now. Stand up to protect them.

“I do not believe we should pull the rug out and push these young men and women―who came out of the shadows and registered with the federal government―back into the darkness.”
Sen. Lindsey Graham
Sen. Lindsey Graham R-SC January 12, 2017
“The young people who this legislation would benefit are worthy of our best efforts to get them on a path to citizenship, as they are already Americans in all but paperwork. Dreamers are productive members of our communities who were raised here and want to stay.”
Sen. Charles Schumer
Sen. Charles Schumer D-NY July 20, 2017

ACTION ALERT: CALL NOW

Need inspiration? Here’s what we suggest you tell your Member of Congress:

Hi, my name is _______ and I’m a constituent. I’m calling today because DACA, a program that protects nearly 800,000 Dreamers from deportation, is under attack and Dreamers need your help.

Dreamers work in every industry and at nearly every single major company in America. They are teachers and nurses, managers and military personnel. They are part of the fabric of our nation and we’re stronger because of them.

The bipartisan DREAM Act was recently introduced to provide Dreamers the critical protections they need to live, work, study and serve in our military.

Please sign on to the DREAM Act now and stand with Dreamers! Thank you.

Dreamers need us now.

Nearly 800,000 Dreamers currently receive critical deportation protections and work authorization under the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. DACA has allowed Dreamers to work in every industry and at nearly every single major company in America, but the DACA program is under imminent threat.

These Dreamers came forward with the government’s promise of protection, and passed a rigorous background check, paid a fee, and are currently in school, active duty or the workforce. They are hardworking, young individuals who are part of the fabric of our nation. Eliminating the ability of these Dreamers to work legally in the U.S. and subjecting them to immediate deportation is a moral, policy, and political disaster.

There is overwhelming bipartisan support across America for legislative solutions to protect Dreamers from deportation and to create a legal status for them.

Take action to protect Dreamers.