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  • We're going public with this list

    It's time for these members of Congress to lead on immigration.

    It's really not complicated: The House could pass comprehensive immigration reform today if it simply held a vote. That's why, starting today, OFA is going public with a list of the lawmakers we believe are the key to getting comprehensive immigration reform passed.

  • Submit art, inspire action

    Dedicate your artistic talents to fix our broken immigration system.

    Art has always played an important role in social change. Movements are built around unifying symbols and creative calls to action. No matter what skill you have to offer, put it to use to help pass comprehensive immigration reform.

  • "Give me your tired, your poor, 
your huddled masses."

    Actor Jonathan Del Arco was 10 years old when his father brought him to America.

    This month Republicans and Democrats united to reopen the government and prevent the country from defaulting. That gives me hope that they will stand strong together now to pass comprehensive immigration reform in the House of Representatives.

  • Fighting to advance immigration reform

    Volunteers make it clear to the House of Representatives: It's time to take action.

    OFA supporters were out in their communities to make sure Congress hears its constituents and passes immigration reform.

  • Doubling down on comprehensive immigration reform

    President Obama has made immigration reform one of his top priorities, and it's one of OFA's, too.

    OFA plans to concentrate efforts on House Republican leadership and a select group of members of Congress to make sure the House of Representatives brings comprehensive immigration reform to a vote.

  • Thousands turn out to push for immigration reform

    Americans rallied nationwide to tell Congress to get back to work and fix our broken immigration system.

    Saturday marked 100 days since the Senate passed comprehensive immigration reform, but the House of Representatives has yet to hold a single vote on the issue.

  • The time is now

    October 5th marks 100 days since the Senate passed an immigration reform bill.

    The House of Representatives has been too busy trying to derail Obamacare to pass comprehensive immigration reform.

  • Meet Amara Banks, an OFA Fellow

    A summer fellow keeps up the push for immigration reform.

    Back in school for the fall, Amara could not shake the organizing bug—so she began an OFA club at her school with 74 new members.

  • Letter to the editor: It's time

    Comprehensive immigration reform can't wait any longer. It's time for the House of Representatives to act.

    By writing a short letter to your local newspapers, you can help bring attention to the the House of Representatives' failure to act on immigration reform.

  • Art for immigration reform

    In Binghamton, New York, we're pushing for Congress to stand with our country's future and support immigration reform. We also have some