Immigration Reform

Responding to Myths and Comments about Immigration

We’ve all been in situations when a family member, neighbor, co-worker, or friend makes a disapproving comment about immigrants. Comments may include “they broke the law” or “they should get in line.” These words and sentiments seem off-the-mark, but how do we respond? Read more

Quotes on Immigrants and Immigration Reform

Would you like to know what religious and civic leaders have said about immigration? Our friends at Justice for Immigrants have compiled these quotes.   Read more


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Simone Campbell, SSS, Quoted on Immigration Reform

On May 20, 2010, the National Catholic Reporter (NCR) featured NETWORK's Executive Director in a blog posting on the need for comprehensive immigration reform. Read more

NETWORK’s Response to Immigration Reform Proposal

On April 28, 2010, Senators Schumer, Reid, Durbin, Menendez, Feinstein and Leahy released a 26-page “Conceptual Proposal for Immigration Reform” in order to move the comprehensive immigration reform debate forward. For months, Senators Schumer and Lindsay Graham had worked on a bipartisan bill. This effort stalled in mid-April, and the Democrats decided to go forward after Senators Kyl and McCain released their own proposal. Read more

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