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UnidosUS Policy Priorities for the 2020 Presidential Election
As the candidates for the major parties build their platforms for the 2020 election, we outline our priority issues and give voice to the hopes and dreams of the nearly 59 million Latinos who call this country home.
Comments in Opposition to USCIS Tip Form Agency-USCIS: OMB Control Number 1615-NEW
UnidosUS responded to a USCIS proposal that would establish a concerning “Tip Line” on September 6, 2019. As we note in our comment, while a USCIS Tip Form may seem like a discreet tool to some, in practice it could serve ...
Public Comment Submission: UnidosUS Responds to Proposed Changes to the USCIS Fee Schedule
UnidosUS submitted a comment letter opposing the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service’s proposal to, among other things, increase naturalization and immigration benefit application fees. This proposed rule frustrates ...
UnidosUS Congressional Appropriations Priorities for Fiscal Year 2021
A letter to congressional leaders urging their support for critical funding priorities that protect and advance the well-being of the Latino community.
UnidosUS Comment on Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) Fee Review
UnidosUS submitted a comment letter opposing the Department of Justice’s proposed changes to the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) fee schedule associated with filings for appeals to the Board of Immigration ...
UnidosUS Urges Congress to Address Latino Priorities Left Out of the CARES Act
A letter to congressional leaders urging them to fully exercise their oversight authority to ensure that urgent Latino priorities are not left out of the CARES Act.
Letter to Congress on the Interim Coronavirus Package
The first three Congressional relief packages were vital first steps to help millions of Americans in need during the coronavirus crisis. But this latest legislation — for the fourth time — still does not fully respond to ...