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Who to Call

What to Say

Here are some talking points you should go over:
  • DACA recipients have undergone extensive background checks and pay taxes for their right to live in the United States. These are bright young people who want to contribute to this country — they’re not threats to our safety. Nearly 90% of Americans support protections for DREAMers, and we should be upholding those protections.
  • Threatening to deport DACA recipients won’t just hurt them — it will hurt their families and communities. DREAMers must share their relatives’ personal information as well as their own to receive their protections. Ending DACA threatens siblings and parents with deportation as well.
  • The DREAM Act is a bipartisan bill that will allow DREAMers to continue working and living in their communities. It’s critical that Congress pass a clean DREAM Act this year.

Some Tips

Introduce yourself

Introduce yourself, ask for the name of the person who handles immigration policy, and share where you're from so your senator’s staff know that you're a constituent. (“Hi, this is Corina calling from Phoenix, Arizona. Can I speak to the person in your office who handles immigration?”)

Say why you’re calling & what you want to happen

State the reason you are calling and the specific action you want your senator to take — it’s time for elected officials to pass a permanent legislative fix for DACA and ensure DREAMers can continue living in and contributing to America.


After your call, share how the call went on Facebook and Twitter and encourage your friends to reach out to their elected officials.
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