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America’s Voice is building an online support network for families dealing with the struggles of deportation.

This network will allow members to seek legal and emotional support from other families separated by deportation while advocating for reunification policies.

The mission of America’s Voice (AV) and America’s Voice Education Fund (AVEF) is to harness the power of American voices and American values to enact policy change that guarantees full labor, civil and political rights for immigrants and their families. We work in partnership with progressive, faith-based, labor, civil rights, and grassroots groups, networks and leaders to policies and legislation that will stabilize the lives of 11 million Americans-in-waiting and put them on the road to full citizenship.

We believe that the moment to enact this type of reform has arrived: coming out of the 2012 elections, it is clear that Americans support it, Democrats promised it, and Republicans need it. More importantly, these positive changes would move us forward as a country, helping immigrants, workers, business, communities, and families succeed.

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New America’s Voice Report: Our Take on Year One of the Biden Administration on Immigration Policy

Read America’s Voice Report HERE Washington, DC – A new report from America’s Voice, “2021: Our Take on Year One of the Biden Administration on Immigration Policy,” recaps and evaluates President Biden’s first year, focusing on the issues America’s Voice tracks most closely. After four years of devastating policies under Trump, the Biden administration faced… Continue »

Getting the Economy Right Means Getting Pro-Immigrant Reforms Right, Too

Washington, DC – Last week, we highlighted a range of voices stating that getting our economy right means getting immigration reform right and decrying the toll of GOP nativism on our economic potential. More observers and experts, including heavy-hitters from the Federal Reserve Board, continue to make the same case, calling for reforms to increase… Continue »

2021: Our Take on Year One of the Biden Administration on Immigration Policy

Positive Steps, Huge Disappointments Introduction It’s impossible to evaluate President Biden’s first-year progress on immigration policy without starting with the former guy. Under President Trump, immigrants were subjected to cruel policies that threw the system into chaos. Championed by the then-President, formulated by White House advisor Stephen Miller, and enforced by a group of rightwing… Continue »

Immigration Reform News January 21, 2022 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

English Reuters Biden’s immigration goals fade after setbacks at the U.S.-Mexico border By Ted Hesson January 20, 2022 Washington Post Biden administration’s contradictions on immigration overshadow his achievements By Maria Sacchetti January 20, 2022 Vox Biden’s immigration polices have left Haitians stranded in Mexico By Nicole Narea January 20, 2022 Daily Beast Biden Keeps Trump… Continue »

The year of the immigration debt

Washington, DC – Below is a column by David Torres from America’s Voice en Español translated to English from Spanish.  Joe Biden finishes the first year of his presidency not exactly with empty hands, but with many hopes effectively dashed, especially on the issue of immigration. Upon ascending to the White House—following an anguishing period… Continue »