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Update Dreamer Protection: State of Play and How You Can Engage 

There has been a flurry of activity over the past few weeks as members of Congress are faced with a narrowing window of time to address the fate of undocumented youth. A critical juncture is today, January 19, when two-thirds of Congress must sign off on a bill to keep the government funded through midnight.

Event FCNL’s Yasmine Taeb to Speak at Poligon’s First Anniversary Bash 

On January 26, FCNL Lobbyist for Human Rights and Civil Liberties Yasmine Taeb will speak at the first anniversary celebration of the Poligon Education Fund.

Letter Faith Leaders Urge Immediate Action on Top Priorities 

Faith leaders from various traditions sent a letter to Congress on January 18 urging immediate action on must-pass priorities for our nation.

Action Alert Congress Must Protect Dreamers Now 

Since the cancellation of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program in September, Capitol Hill has seen a flurry of activity.

Statement FCNL Rejects President’s Comments on Haiti, El Salvador, African Countries 

President Trump’s reported characterization of Haiti, African countries and other nations as “s***holes” is reprehensible, racist, and dehumanizing for the citizens of those countries.

Statement With 200,000 Salvadorans Facing Possible Deportation, FCNL Urges Congress to Act 

The administration announced on January 8 that approximately 200,000 TPS recipients from El Salvador will lose their work permits and protected status in September 2019. This decision follows the recent TPS terminations for Sudan, Nicaragua, and Haiti. FCNL urges Congress start working immediately to ensure stability for all current TPS recipients and their families.

Statement Congress Fails to Pass the Dream Act by the Holidays 

After Congress voted to fund the government and adjourn for the remainder of 2017 without passing the Dream Act -- or similar legislation -- FCNL’s lobbyist on immigration, Hannah Graf Evans, made the following statement.

FCNL in the News The Dream Act: It's a moral matter of justice 

FCNL Executive Secretary Diane Randall on the urgency of passing the Dream Act this year, and rejecting billions more dollars for endless enforcement.

Stand with FCNL as We Stand with Dreamers 

In early December, FCNL and our partners brought thousands of voices together for a day of action calling for protections for young immigrants who grew up in the U.S. without documentation. Can you donate to strengthen our work to help Dreamers?

Background Reform Border Policies 

Border security begins with respect for border communities. How can Congress best help border communities thrive, rather than continue to militarize them?

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