Results for the tag Tony Cardenas

Original Cosponsor Deadline March 30th- H.Resolution Honoring the Legacy of Cesar E. Chavez

Please join Senator Menendez and me in honoring the accomplishments and legacy of César Estrada Chávez by signing on to a resolution that will be introduced in the House and Senate.

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Cosponsor H.Resolution Honoring the Legacy of Cesar E. Chavez

Please join Senator Menendez and me in honoring the accomplishments and legacy of César Estrada Chávez by signing on to a resolution that will be introduced in the House and Senate.

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FY21 Appropriations Letter on USCIS Fee Waiver and Funds and Reduce the Case Backlog in FY21

Please join me in sending a letter asking the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security to adopt bill language that prohibits transfer of funds from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Immigration Examinations Fee Account to other agencies
within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS); as well as report language that directs USCIS to continue providing fee waivers to applicants for naturalization and to continue charging no application fees to asylum-seekers, victims of crime or violence,
and other applicants for humanitarian protections. Finally,to adopt report language that affirms the importance of ensuring that naturalization remain affordable and that USCIS continue to offer fee waivers to qualified applicants for citizenship, and directs
USCIS to reduce application backlogs and the length of time that applicants wait for adjudication of naturalization- and citizenship-related requests.

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CLOSING WEDNESDAY – FY 21 Juvenile Justice Appropriations

Together last Congress reauthorized the vitally important Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act. Although this was a significant step, it is imperative that we meaningfully fund those programs. Please join us in requesting those funds by signing
on to this letter by COB March 11th. To add your boss as a co-signer please fill out this form. If you have any questions please email
Meghann Galloway (Meghann.Galloway@mail.house.gov) with Congressman Tony Cárdenas or Jessica Semachko (Jessica.Semachko@mail.house.gov) with Congressman
Trone.

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FY21 Appropriations Letter on USCIS Fee Waiver and Funds

Please join me in sending a letter asking the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security to adopt bill language that prohibits transfer of funds from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Immigration Examinations Fee Account to other agencies
within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS); as well as report language that directs USCIS to continue providing fee waivers to applicants for naturalization and to continue charging no application fees to asylum-seekers, victims of crime or violence,
and other applicants for humanitarian protections.

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FY21 Appropriations Letter on Protecting USCIS Affordable Naturalization, Fee Waivers, and Reducing the Case Backlog

Please join us in sending a letter asking the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security to adopt report language that affirms the importance of ensuring that naturalization remain affordable and that USCIS continue to offer fee waivers to qualified
applicants for citizenship, and directs USCIS to reduce application backlogs and the length of time that applicants wait for adjudication of naturalization- and citizenship-related requests.

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FY21 Appropriations Letter on USCIS Fee Waiver and Funds

Please join me in sending a letter asking the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security to adopt bill language that prohibits transfer of funds from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Immigration Examinations Fee Account to other agencies
within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS); as well as report language that directs USCIS to continue providing fee waivers to applicants for naturalization and to continue charging no application fees to asylum-seekers, victims of crime or violence,
and other applicants for humanitarian protections.

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FY21 Appropriations Letter on USCIS Fee Waiver and Funds

Please join me in sending a letter asking the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security to adopt bill language that prohibits transfer of funds from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ Immigration Examinations Fee Account to other agencies
within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS); as well as report language that directs USCIS to continue providing fee waivers to applicants for naturalization and to continue charging no application fees to asylum-seekers, victims of crime or violence,
and other applicants for humanitarian protections.

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TODAY: MEET ADOPTABLE BUNNIES in the RAYBURN FOYER!

You should have received an invite by now to “Some Bunny to Love,” a special event hosted by the Humane Society Legislative Fund featuring adorable, adoptable rabbits from a local rescue. I hope you’ll join me today in learning more about these amazing animals,
how to pick out cruelty-free products when you shop, and work that’s being done in Congress to help minimize testing on animals. This event is open to all Congressional Members, staffers, and interns. 

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DUE at 5 p.m. TODAY: Prevent Infant Deaths! Cosponsor H.R. 3172, the Safe Sleep for Babies Act of 2019

It is our job in Congress to make sure that consumer products sold in our stores are safe—especially products intended for our most vulnerable. Tragically, at least 50 babies[1] have
reportedly died from infant inclined sleep products, a popular baby product that positions newborns and infants at an incline greater than 10 degrees to sleep.

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