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I-VETS Act of 2017: Deadline COB TODAY (5/24)

May 24, 2017

Please join me by co-sponsoring legislation to identify non-citizen servicemembers and veterans. There has been a long tradition of foreign-born soldiers who have served in the U.S. military since the founding of the republic. Many of these individuals enlist
in the military under the false belief that military service will automatically make them U.S. citizens.

NATS Act of 2017: Deadline COB TODAY (5/24)

May 24, 2017

Please join me by co-sponsoring legislation helps identify active and retired non-citizen servicemembers. There has been a long tradition of foreign-born soldiers who have served in the U.S. military since the founding of the republic. Many of these individuals
enlist in the military under the false belief that military service will automatically make them U.S. citizens. Since many of these individuals who enlist in the military do so as a Legal Permanent Resident (LPR), they are eligible to naturalize during or
after their service. Unfortunately, the federal government has failed to adequately inform them of the necessary steps for naturalization. 

HOPE Act of 2017: Deadline COB TODAY (5/24)

May 24, 2017

Please join me by co-sponsoring legislation to allow deported veterans the opportunity to temporarily parole back into the United States to seek care from a VA facility. There has been a long tradition of foreign-born soldiers who have served in the U.S.
military since the founding of the republic. Many of these individuals enlist in the military under the false belief that military service will automatically make them U.S. citizens. For these individuals, low-level offenses they commit often result in removal.
This effectively denies these veterans the medical care they require.

NATS Act of 2017: Deadline COB tomorrow (5/24)

May 23, 2017

Please join me by co-sponsoring legislation helps identify active and retired non-citizen servicemembers. There has been a long tradition of foreign-born soldiers who have served in the U.S. military since the founding of the republic. Many of these individuals
enlist in the military under the false belief that military service will automatically make them U.S. citizens. Since many of these individuals who enlist in the military do so as a Legal Permanent Resident (LPR), they are eligible to naturalize during or
after their service. Unfortunately, the federal government has failed to adequately inform them of the necessary steps for naturalization. 

I-VETS Act of 2017: Deadline COB tomorrow (5/24)

May 23, 2017

Please join me by co-sponsoring legislation to identify non-citizen servicemembers and veterans. There has been a long tradition of foreign-born soldiers who have served in the U.S. military since the founding of the republic. Many of these individuals enlist
in the military under the false belief that military service will automatically make them U.S. citizens.

Last Call: Protect Asylum Seekers at the Border

May 23, 2017

Please join us in sending a letter to Secretary Kelly regarding the recent reports of CBP officers turning away asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border.

HOPE Act of 2017: Deadline COB tomorrow (5/24)

May 23, 2017

Please join me by co-sponsoring legislation to allow deported veterans the opportunity to temporarily parole back into the United States to seek care from a VA facility. There has been a long tradition of foreign-born soldiers who have served in the U.S.
military since the founding of the republic. Many of these individuals enlist in the military under the false belief that military service will automatically make them U.S. citizens. For these individuals, low-level offenses they commit often result in removal.
This effectively denies these veterans the medical care they require.

Deadline COB Wednesday, May 24: Healthcare Opportunities for Patriots in Exile (HOPE) Act of 2017

May 23, 2017

Please join me by co-sponsoring legislation to allow deported veterans the opportunity to temporarily parole back into the United States to seek care from a VA facility. There has been a long tradition of foreign-born soldiers who have served in the U.S.
military since the founding of the republic. Many of these individuals enlist in the military under the false belief that military service will automatically make them U.S. citizens. For these individuals, low-level offenses they commit often result in removal.
This effectively denies these veterans the medical care they require.

Deadline COB Today: Protect Asylum Seekers at the U.S.-Mexico Border

May 23, 2017

Please join us in sending a letter to Secretary Kelly regarding the recent reports of CBP officers turning away asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border.