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Important Action Items

1. Submit the message template to both your State Senator's Contact form linked below.
2. Call your Senators and use the 'Call template' below. Leave a voicemail if not reachable.

Please make sure to do both steps to ensure your voice is being heard! Senators appreciate hearing from their constituents so it is important for us to reach out to them and share our stories.

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(408) 991 - 9234

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(324) 213 - 2134

Your message

Personalize, and Copy-paste this message into both Senator contact forms.

Dear Senator,

 

My name is _____(name)________ and I am writing to you as a constituent who would benefit from your support in ensuring that bipartisan age-out protections are included in the end-of-the-year omnibus.

 

Maintaining our nation’s competitive advantage is essential to national security. Currently, we are forcing American-raised legal immigrant children, who have been educated here, to leave the country due to a flaw in our system. This does not make sense. Over 200,000 children of long-term visa holders who have maintained legal status living in the United States and have received advanced American degrees are unable to stay and contribute to the only country they’ve known. This issue has broad bipartisan support.

[Include a personal statement of how aging out has affected you/someone you care about]

 

Allowing children of long-term visa holders, who are essentially American, to stay, will help our communities. Not fixing this is only hurting our country and the economy as the majority of these individuals are STEM graduates. I sincerely urge the Senator to support the inclusion of age-out protections for young immigrants such as myself in the omnibus.

 

Thank you,

____(name)________

Call Template

Hello, my name is ____________ and I am calling as a constituent from ______(state)_______ who would benefit from your support in ensuring that bipartisan age-out protections are included in the end-of-the-year omnibus.

 

Currently, we are forcing American-raised legal immigrant children, who have been educated here, to leave the country due to a flaw in our system. Over 200,000 children of long-term visa holders who have maintained legal status living in the United States and have received advanced American degrees are unable to stay and contribute to the only country they’ve known. This issue has broad bipartisan support.

[Include a personal statement of how aging out has affected you/someone you care about]

 

Allowing children of long-term visa holders, who are essentially American, to stay, will help our communities. Not fixing this is only hurting our country and the economy as the majority of these individuals are STEM graduates. I sincerely urge the Senator to support the inclusion of age-out protections for young immigrants such as myself in the omnibus.

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