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Reuniting Families Act

The current family-based immigration system has not been updated in 20 years. There are currently 5.8 million people waiting in our nation's family immigration backlog. Spouses separated from each other. Parents separated from children. Despite playing by the rules, they have been waiting for years,often decades.

The Reuniting Families Act would help end this needless pain by reducing wait times for legal immigrant family members. The bill also eliminates the discrimination against same-sex long term partner that currently exists in our immigration system. The Unitarian Universalist Association is a sponsor of the Reuniting Families Act.

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Immigration Impact blog on the Reuniting Families Act

Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Lauds Introduction of Reuniting Families Act

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Rep. Mike Honda (D-CA) has announced that he will re-introduce the Reuniting Families Act into the 112th Congress when it convenes in 2011, so stay tuned.  Subscribe to Immigration News or follow Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Immigration on Facebook or Twitter to stay informed.

For more information contact socialjustice @ uua.org.

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Last updated on Friday, February 28, 2014.

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Unitarian Universalist Karen K Narasaki, president and executive director of the Asian American Justice Center, speaking at Reuniting Families Act Press Conference (June 9, 2009) about the impact the legislation would have on Asian American families waiting to be reunited with loved ones.

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