Sign: Solidarity with Immigrants in U.S. v. Texas

 The Faith Community has submitted an Amicus Brief to the Supreme Court in the case United States v. Texas, which will determine the constitutionality of President Obama's executive actions on immigration. Sign our petition to be in solidarity with the faith community and immigrant communities experiencing family separation. 



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Number Date Name Location Please tell us why you ...
3170 3 months ago Joseph Scheiter Philadelphia, PA I am a De La Salle Christian Brother and physics professor at De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, from La Salle University, Philadelphia.
The US is a country of immigrants. We should...
3169 4 months ago Cindy Hoover Martinsburg , WV We are a better nation with diversity and people who value the rights afford to our people.
3168 4 months ago Cindy Hoover Martinsburg , WV We are a better nation with diversity and people who value the rights afford to our people.
3167 5 months ago Betty Preston Liberty, MO Our country is made up of immigrants and their children. It is a blessing that we have and we are honored to welcome more people.
3166 8 months ago Katherine Evans Ramsey, NJ Everyone has human dignity and deserves to have opportunities available to them. If these opportunities are better in the US then they should be allowed to come here.
3165 8 months ago Bertha HAAS Cornelius, OR As you well know immigrants are vital to our economy. Besides welcoming the stranger is essential to being faithful to our traditions.
3164 9 months ago Marissa Amen Washington Township, NJ
3163 10 months ago Rita Ostry Omaha, NE We need to offer dignity, respect and safety to those seeking solace from terrible violence. We do not need to add more violence and stress to their lives with such demeaning immigration laws.
3162 1 year ago Fatma Soliman Montvale, NJ
3161 1 year ago Katelyn Villarie North Haledon, NJ because no one should be treated like an "alien" in the U.S.
3160 1 year ago Carlie Condemi Woodcliff Lake , NJ
3159 1 year ago Sarah O'Connell Wyckoff, NJ I support immigrants rights to have access to all America has to offer. We are a country of immigrants
3158 1 year ago Shaylene Ader-Steinhauser Kankakee, IL We are a nation of immigrants. So many people's lives have been destroyed or are in danger from war, groups like ISIL and gangs/violence. All people deserve a life free from these actions.
3157 1 year ago William Petry CA We need to support those who are in most need. Immigrants leave everything, homeland, family etc. for survival--not terrorism.
3156 1 year ago Martin Screeton FORT WAYNE, IN All of US are immigrants and we must provide a sane and well thought out immigration policy and law to welcome people legally to the United States... that is also fair and balanced to all nations......
3155 1 year ago Julie Henkener TX I believe that diversity makes us stronger and more creative.
3154 1 year ago Emily Rodriguez Clifton, NJ
3153 1 year ago James Schimelpfening Dayton, OH I lived and ministered in Mexico and I know close up what the people suffer and go through and why they come to the USA. Poverty drives their difficult decisions and in a spirit of solidarity and t...
3152 1 year ago Catie Campbell wyckoff, NJ
3151 1 year ago John Mayer Glen Rock, NJ As people of faith we have to do this. To deny those seeking a better life is contradictory to faith and to American values. My relatives were welcomed here and I am here because of this country's e...
3150 1 year ago Laura Bregar Pepper Pike, OH My grandfathers came as immigrants in the 20th C; my Ursuline sisters came as immigrants in 1850.
3149 1 year ago Willaim Schlosser Huntsville, OH At some point my ancestors were immigrants to the USA, welcome to the immigrants is an act of gratitude for the blessings they and we have received. Being stingy and selfish usually defeats long-te...
3148 1 year ago Paul Williams Toms River, NJ
3147 1 year ago Jordan Enos Austn, United States Jesus welcomed the stranger.
3146 1 year ago Lizabeth Rutherford Los Alamos, NM We are all equal in the eyes of God--no one deserves more privilege than another.
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