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The Road to Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Recognizing that all families deserve a future that embraces diversity and equal access to the American dream, ADL has supported fair and humane immigration policies since its founding in 1913. In June ADL applauded the Senate’s passage of a comprehensive immigration reform bill, calling it “a very important step” towards fixing the nation’s broken immigration system. Join ADL in asking the House to pass comprehensive immigration reform that reflects our values as a nation of immigrants.

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Funders of the Anti-immigrant Movement

The major anti-immigrant groups in the United States receive the bulk of their donations from foundations with close ties to the movement itself as well as foundations with a history of funding right-wing organizations. The extreme anti-immigrant group Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) and NumbersUSA benefit the most from these donations. They boast annual budgets in the millions of dollars, which are used to promote their anti-immigrant agenda of blocking pro-immigrant legislation, drafting and promoting anti-immigrant legislation and demonizing immigrants.

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ADL's Commitment to Meaningful Immigration Reform

Through legislative advocacy, legal briefs, public education and training ADL has supported meaningful immigration reform that honors our values as a nation of immigrants.

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Anti-Immigrant Movement Implements Nativist State Strategies in 2014

The anti-immigrant movement is implementing a multi-pronged nativist strategy at the state and local level in 2014.

In 2014, the anti-immigrant movement is implementing a multi-pronged nativist strategy at the state and local level with several key goals in mind including targeting President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) executive order by attempting to undermine DACA provisions at the state level and using tactics to repress voting through voter-ID legislation to address the “danger” of alleged voter fraud.

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