Immigration Policy

Join us for our October's Monthly Immigration Policy Call on SEA Deportation.
October 2019
Monthly Immigration Policy Call
Program
A bipartisan bill introduced today presents Congress with a new opportunity to pass much-needed immigration and workforce reforms.
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October 2019
News Article
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October 2019
Co-Sponsored Program
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On this webinar, funders will learn about responses to date to the final ‘public charge’ rule, ranging from local-level community education to state-level coordinated campaigns, to national litigation efforts.
September 2019
Webinar
A Threat to Health and Wellbeing: Public Charge's Expected Impact and How Philanthropy Can Respond
Program
Please join us for September's Monthly Immigration Policy Call.
September 2019
Monthly Immigration Policy Call
Change the Terms Logo: Change The Terms: What Philanthropy Can do to Stop Hate Online
Program
Please join us for July's Monthly Immigration Policy Call. 
July 2019
Monthly Immigration Policy Call
Policy Round-up
Program
Policymakers must break free of the false dichotomy of America as either a nation of immigrants or a nation of laws, and advance an immigration system that is fair, humane, and actually works.
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July 2019
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Find all program-related materials for the webinar, "Policy Round-Up" here, including recording.
Materials: Policy Round-Up
July 2019
Program Materials
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A decade ago, when the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) published a report called “Criteria for Philanthropy at Its Best,” not everyone was thrilled.
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June 2019
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We oppose any restriction to human services and supports for eligible individuals and families, and support immigrant families seeking safety and quality of life.
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May 2019
Statement
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