Call your Senator and ask them to ensure the inclusion of Documented Dreamers in the upcoming Budget Reconciliation bill and any future Dreamer bill. 

 

Dial 202-225-3121  (switchboard to guide you to your Senator). Ask to Talk to legislative aide using template below. If it goes to voicemail, try calling a few times to try to speak with someone. If unable to reach someone, leave a voicemail, but try calling again to speak with someone at a later time. Most importantly, please be respectful, polite, and positive. 

 

After completing the call, go to the Take Action Page to see more ways you can help.

Call Templates

Senate Call Template if you are a Documented Dreamer


My name is __________ and I live in __state___. I am calling as a constituent to ask Senator _______ to ensure that Documented Dreamers are included in the upcoming Budget Reconciliation bill. Historically, legislation addressing Dreamers has excluded children who grew up in the United States with a legal status. This means it may exclude children, like myself, who grew up here with a documented status, only because we maintained status. I am one of the 200,000 Documented Dreamers in this situation and we are facing self-deportation from the only home we have ever known because we age out of our status after we turn 21. This inclusion has has bipartisan support, and similar language has been included in multiple Republican-led bills in the past, the Dream and Promise Act (HR.6), and the bipartisan America's CHILDREN Act (HR 4331). Senator__________ can help us by asking for Documented Dreamers to be included in the pathway to citizenship for Dreamers in the upcoming Budget Reconciliation bill and in any future bill adressing Dreamers. If you have more questions about this issue, there is more information available at this website: ImproveTheDream.org. Thank you!




Senate Call Template if you are a supporter/friend/parent of a Documented Dreamer


My name is __________ and I live in __state___. I am calling as a constituent to ask Senator _______ to ensure that Documented Dreamers are included in the upcoming Budget Reconciliation bill. Historically, legislation addressing Dreamers has excluded children who grew up in the United States with a legal status. This means it may exclude children, like my son/daughter/friend, who grew up here with a documented status, only because he/she maintained status. My son/daughter/friend is one of the 200,000 Documented Dreamers in this situation and they are facing self-deportation from the only home we have ever known because they age out of our legal status after they turn 21. This inclusion has has bipartisan support, and similar language has been included in multiple Republican-led bills in the past, the Dream and Promise Act (HR.6), and the bipartisan America's CHILDREN Act (HR 4331). Senator__________ can help by asking for Documented Dreamers to be included in the pathway to citizenship for Dreamers in the upcoming Budget Reconciliation bill and in any future bill adressing Dreamers. If you have more questions about this issue, there is more information available at this website: ImproveTheDream.org. Thank you!




House Call Template if you are a Documented Dreamer


My name is __________ and I live in __state___. I am calling as a constituent to ask Representative _______ to ensure that Documented Dreamers are included in the upcoming Budget Reconciliation bill. Historically, legislation addressing Dreamers has excluded children who grew up in the United States with a legal status. This means it may exclude children, like myself, who grew up here with a documented status, only because we maintained status. I am one of the 200,000 Documented Dreamers in this situation and we are facing self-deportation from the only home we have ever known because we age out of our status after we turn 21. This inclusion has has bipartisan support, and similar language has been included in multiple Republican-led bills in the past, the Dream and Promise Act (HR.6), and the bipartisan America's CHILDREN Act (HR 4331). Representative__________ can help us by asking for Documented Dreamers to be included in the pathway to citizenship for Dreamers in the upcoming Budget Reconciliation bill and in any future bill adressing Dreamers. Additionally, I would like to ask Representative __________ to cosponsor HR 4331, America's CHILDREN Act, to permanently end aging out, which would permenantly fix this issue for children who grow up in my situation. If you have more questions about this issue, there is more information available at this website: ImproveTheDream.org. Thank you!




House Call Template if you are a support/friend/parent of a Documented Dreamer


My name is __________ and I live in __state___. I am calling as a constituent to ask Representative _______ to ensure that Documented Dreamers are included in the upcoming Budget Reconciliation bill. Historically, legislation addressing Dreamers has excluded children who grew up in the United States with a legal status. This means it may exclude children, like my son/daughter/friend, who grew up here with a documented status, only because we maintained status. My son/daughter/friend is one of the 200,000 Documented Dreamers in this situation and we are facing self-deportation from the only home we have ever known because we age out of our status after we turn 21. This inclusion has has bipartisan support, and similar language has been included in multiple Republican-led bills in the past, the Dream and Promise Act (HR.6), and the bipartisan America's CHILDREN Act (HR 4331). Representative__________ can help by asking for Documented Dreamers to be included in the pathway to citizenship for Dreamers in the upcoming Budget Reconciliation bill and in any future bill adressing Dreamers. Additionally, I would like to ask Representative __________ to cosponsor HR 4331, America's CHILDREN Act, to permanently end aging out, which would permenantly fix this issue. If you have more questions about this issue, there is more information available at this website: ImproveTheDream.org. Thank you!