Thursday, December 16, 2010
Uniting American Families Act
The Uniting American Families Act (UAFA, H.R. 1024, S. 424) is a U.S. bill to amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to eliminate discrimination in the immigration law.
Earlier this year it was put into the Comprehensive Immigration Act of 2010 along with the DREAM Act. Later the DREAM Act was pulled out to be a stand alone bill.
Although the UAFA now has more co-sponsors than any immigration bill in the House of Representatives, we have yet to have it brought to the floor for a vote or even mentioned in Congress.
For more information regarding the Comprehensive Immigration Act of 2010, please go to the following:
The only way for us to get this bill passed is to make sure that both the Senate and the House hear about it every day. Twitter, Email, Call, and then Twitter again. Together we can get this bill changed into a law. Haven't we waited long enough?