In comments submitted to the U.S. Customs and Immigration Services, ADL expressed strong opposition to a proposed rule change that would eliminate the thirty-day adjudication requirement for employment applications by asylum seekers.
In a letter to the House Judiciary Immigration and Citizenship Subcommittee and the Foreign Affairs Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, ADL provided views on the discriminatory Muslim ban and expressed support for the NO BAN Act.
In comments submitted to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, ADL expressed strong opposition to a proposed rule change that would prevent mixed-immigration status families from receiving assistance.
In a letter to Congressional leaders, ADL, along with coalition partners, expressed support for a recently introduced bipartisan resolution opposing the BDS movement and reaffirming support for a two-state solution.
In a letter to the Governor of Indiana, ADL and a broad coalition of national civil rights advocacy organizations expressed deep concern with Senate Bill 12, which if enacted, would create a weak, vague and unacceptable state bias crime law.