Last week, Congress took a serious look at how to move forward with immigration reform now that the Senate has passed a comprehensive immigration reform bill, S.744.
Republicans in the House of Representatives retreated for a highly publicized caucus meeting on immigration reform, emerging without clear consensus on the best path forward for immigration reform in the House. Meanwhile, the Democratic senators from the Gang of Eight crossed Capitol Hill to meet with their counterparts in the House, emerging with a renewed commitment for a roadmap to citizenship.
There’s been extensive media coverage of the outcomes of both meetings and with all that’s been written, debated, and discussed, it’s understandable if you’re feeling frustrated or confused. That’s why we’re hosting a live webcast with LIRS’s Washington, D.C. advocacy team next Wednesday, July 24 at 1:30 PM EDT.
RSVP to join others working for reform around the country and get insights on how the Senate’s bill would impact migrants and refugees, what’s happening now in Congress around immigration reform, raise your questions to our experts, and brainstorm how we can move forward together.