Call to Action: What has been done for the Immigrant Community?

Faisal Khan


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President Joe Biden has officially been in office for 100 days. How has the Biden administration helped immigrant communities so far & what still needs to be done? Read below for NILC’s quick analysis. Since Day One, the Biden administration:

  • Repealed the Muslim & African Bans

  • Sent a bold immigration bill to Congress

  • Directed DHS to fortify #DACA

  • Began the process of undoing the “Remain in Mexico” Policy

  • Reinstated DED for Liberians

  • Began the process of undoing #PublicCharge wealth test

  • Ordered agencies to use humane terms for immigrants

  • Signed a #COVIDRelief package into law that provided life-saving relief to millions of mixed-status families

But there is still a lot of work to do. Here’s what we urgently need the Biden administration to take action on:

  • Reunite families separated by the Muslim & African Bans NOW.

Though Trump’s bans were repealed on Day One, thousands remain separated from their loved ones—unable to care for their children or pursue their dreams.

  • #EndTitle42

This Trump-era policy is rooted in anti-Blackness but remains in place. Because of this, immigrants—and in particular Haitian and other Black immigrants—are being expelled to dangerous conditions in their home countries.

  •  Increase the number of refugees who are welcomed here.

Our nation has the resources, vision, responsibility, and a moral obligation to welcome those who have shown the courage to seek refuge here. We’re overdue to restore our nation as a beacon of hope for ALL.

  • Redesignate #TPS for Haiti.

TPS would extend relief to thousands of Haitians currently living in the U.S. Haitians continue to urgently need humanitarian assistance & protection. The Biden administration & Congress have a voter mandate to create a 21st-century immigration system that gives everyone the #FreedomToThrive—starting with a pathway to citizenship for 11 milion immigrants.

Remind Congress: Pass a pathway to citizenship now: SIGN HERE

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