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The Senate returns Monday and could vote at any time. It is urgent to call your Senators ASAP – today if possible. SENATE BILL 386 LIFTS COUNTRY CAPS ON GREEN CARDS; DOUBLES COUNTRY CAP FOR FAMILY JOINING. This means most immigration will be from the countries with the most people, especially India, which has over 17% of the world population and the biggest backlog. It also increases family joining green card caps per country from 7% to 15%. Don’t think for a second that Trump will veto it. The Republican Hindu coalition head was a big supporter of Trump. If the USA is going to survive, it must remain diverse and return to the concept of melting pot. If people bring their entire village they won’t have the opportunity to become truly American.
It appears that the US Senate is out of session and the Senators are in their districts now. However, there will be pro-forma sessions. Reportedly nothing can be done during these sessions, but it’s best to keep an eye open. Be sure to call your Senators’ offices, if you haven’t.
Contact your Senators to Oppose Senate Bills S386, S2091, S328, S1744 and any similar bills. Make sure they mark down the numbers, along with your opposition. Contact the Immigration Subcommittee chairs and ask for a fair hearing and debate. The House sneaked its version (HR1044) through in 3 days with virtually no debate: https://www.senate.gov/senators/How_to_correspond_senators.htm
Schedule links here to help follow status: https://www.senate.gov/reference/Index/Calendars_schedules.htm https://www.senate.gov/legislative/calendars.htm
Immigration Subcommittee on the Judiciary: https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/about/subcommittees/subcommittee-on-border-security-and-immigration Another way to track: https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/116/s386 A link showing committee meetings: https://www.senate.gov/committees/hearings_meetings.htm
After calling your Senators, spread the word to your family and friends; tweet, and write!…
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