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We support openness to refugees, victims of violence, and human trafficking and those seeking asylum. The immigration policies we envision will allow people to migrate to the United States regardless of their wealth or skill levels, to preserve their families’ unity, to change their places of employment and to apply for lawful permanent status and eventual citizenship.


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Update FCNL Supports Anti-Hate Crime Bills Introduced by Sen. Blumenthal and Rep. Beyer 

Responding to a marked increase in hate crimes within the United States over the past several years, Senator Richard Blumenthal and Representative Don Beyer have introduced legislation to improve governmental responses to these crimes on the federal and state levels.

Event Briefing: Immigration Policy 

Wednesday, March 29 Conference Call

Join us for a national conference call for updates on what the Trump administration, Congress, and advocates around the country are doing on immigration policy.

Update Congress: Choices on Immigration Supplemental Are Clear 

President Trump’s recently released budget proposal includes a $3 billion supplemental funding request for the Department of Homeland Security for current fiscal year 2017. This supplemental money would begin fulfilling the January 25 immigration executive orders to create a deportation force, expand detention, and further militarize border communities.

Event FCNL's Yasmine Taeb to Present on Immigrant and Refugee Issues in Upcoming Webinar 

FCNL Lobbyist for Human Rights and Civil Liberties Yasmine Taeb will discuss President Trump's Muslim and refugee ban on Tuesday, March 28, during a webinar organized by Stand.earth.

Update FCNL Welcomes Court Ruling Blocking Executive Order on Refugees and Immigrants  

FCNL welcomes a federal court’s decision to suspend President Trump's executive order on refugees and immigration from six Muslim-majority countries.

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