Immigration

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Jesus taught that anyone in need is our neighbor (Luke 10:29–37) and that we are to welcome the stranger in our midst (Matthew 25:31–40). Evangelicals have long been committed to welcoming immigrants and refugees. Our broken immigration system has led to family separation, unsafe conditions and millions of undocumented immigrants. Guided by Scripture, we work with the Evangelical Immigration Table and others to call for bipartisan immigration reform and invite you to signal your support by adding your name to our Statement of Principles.

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Immigration Resources

Surveys
February 13, 2017

Top Policy Issues of 2017

Article
July 27, 2016

Seeking Refuge

Matthew Soerens

Press Release
June 23, 2016

Congress: The Ball is in Your Court

Surveys
March 3, 2016

No Religious Test for Refugees

National Association of Evangelicals Resource
Article
December 21, 2012

Human Rights

Stephan Bauman

National Association of Evangelicals Resource
Surveys
December 1, 2012

Hopes for the Administration

National Association of Evangelicals Resource
Statement
November 13, 2012

Open Letter on Immigration Reform

National Association of Evangelicals Resource
Letter
May 7, 2012

Violence Against Women Act

National Association of Evangelicals Resource
Press Release
July 2, 2010

Momentum Builds for Immigration Reform

National Association of Evangelicals Resource
Article
November 19, 2009

Bravo to the Bishops

Galen Carey

Resolution
January 1, 2009

Immigration (Spanish version)

Resolution
January 1, 2009

Immigration