Tina Hamdi holding a baby

CTAN, Tina Hamdi of OH, and Paola Ramos Close #CitizenshipMeans #KidsThrive Week of Action With Call for Family Unity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 15, 2021Contact: Lynn Tramonte (latramonte@gmail.com / 202-255-0551); Tom Salyers (tsalyers@clasp.org / 202- 607-1074) Washington, D.C. – The Children Thrive Action Network (CTAN) closes out the #CitizenshipMeans #KidsThrive week of action with a call for family unity. While Congress considers a path to citizenship for immigrants, this Read more…

Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal in front of the Seattle skyline

Rep. Jayapal and Claudia from MS Continue #CitizenshipMeans #KidsThrive Week of Action

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 13, 2021 Contact: Lynn Tramonte (latramonte@gmail.com / 202-255-0551); Tom Salyers (tsalyers@clasp.org/ 202- 607-1074) Washington, D.C. – While Congress considers a path to citizenship for immigrants, the Children Thrive Action Network (CTAN) #CitizenshipMeans #KidsThrive week of action continues. Citizenship for all is a children’s issue. When parents Read more…

Sen. Padilla, Paola Ramos, and Daishi Miguel Tanaka Kick Off #CitizenshipMeans #KidsThrive Week of Action

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 8, 2021 Contact: Lynn Tramonte (latramonte@gmail.com / 202-255-0551); Tom Salyers (tsalyers@clasp.org / 202- 607-1074) Washington, D.C. – The Children Thrive Action Network’s #CitizenshipMeans #KidsThrive week of action runs from September 8 through 15. While Congress considers a path to citizenship for immigrants, we remind them that Read more…

“Health and Wellbeing of More Than 5 Million Children Are At Stake” CTAN Applauds Senate Passage of Budget Resolution With Path to Citizenship, Prepares for House Action

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 11, 2021 Contact: Lynn Tramonte (latramonte@gmail.com / 202-255-0551); Tom Salyers (tsalyers@clasp.org / 202- 607-1074) Washington, D.C. – Members of the Children Thrive Action Network are celebrating the Senate’s critical step toward enacting a path to citizenship for immigrants whose home is in the United States.  Over Read more…

A Pathway to Citizenship is Essential for Children to Thrive (One Pager)

Download the One Pager here: Who are children in mixed-status immigrant families? Mixed-status immigrant families are those with at least one citizen and one non-citizen member. Non-citizens include (but are not limited to) family members with green cards, temporary visas, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and Temporary Protected Status Read more…