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Our Values

All people are entitled to human rights and dignity regardless of country of origin or lack of documentation.

Immigration is an issue of global displacement contributed to by unequal economic opportunity, political instability, or war. We should not criminalize or stigmatize immigrants.

We oppose using local law enforcement as agents of immigration enforcement.

We support provisions to improve wages and working conditions of immigrant workers—including safe and adequate housing, medical care, and education—to protect them from exploitation and to protect American workers from being undercut by an undocumented and exploited workforce.

We oppose any effort to deputize, commission, finance, or otherwise encourage vigilante border militia groups in the United States.

We must discourage illegal immigration and encourage lawful immigration by eliminating ethnic bias in quotas and speeding timely processing of applications for entry, asylum, temporary work permits, and lawful permanent residence (“green cards”).

We must provide fair and humane treatment of immigrants, reuniting families and crafting a fair path to legal status and eventual citizenship for those already living here.

Border control measures should be both effective and consistent with individual liberties.

2016 Policy Priorities

Federal Government: End deportation or detention, without due process of law, of any person that is a primary or sole caregiver for a minor child or disabled dependent regardless of citizenship status.

Federal and state governments: End corporate profiteering of human life by closing privately run detention facilities.

Federal Government: Streamline and expedite the processing of applications for asylum or refugee status for persons fleeing from areas of war, genocide, and political oppression.

U.S. Congress: Create a path to citizenship for undocumented persons already residing within the United States, and for immigrants who complete higher education in the U.S.

U.S. Congress: Pass the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act, which allows children of undocumented immigrants temporary residency to allow them to pursue higher education.

U.S. Congress: End the current guest worker program.

U.S. Congress: Repeal the 3 and 10-year bars preventing people from applying for legal status.

U.S. Congress: Provide habeas corpus for non-citizens.