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…

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“This is the moment” Members of Children Thrive Action Network Urge Passage of Immigration Laws that Help Children and Families, Reject Criminalization

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 16, 2021 Contact: Lynn Tramonte (latramonte@gmail.com / 202-255-0551); Tom Salyers (tsalyers@clasp.org / 202- 607-1074) Washington, D.C. – The U.S. House of Representatives is taking up two major immigration bills that could transform the lives of more than one million children in immigrant families. Members of the Read more…

The Biden-Harris Immigration Agenda Matters for Kids

The Children Thrive Action Network welcomes bold, visionary, and long-overdue policy changes from the Biden-Harris Administration. In less than two weeks, the new administration has outlined policy proposals addressing immigration and COVID-19 that will improve the lives of children living in immigrant families. Please see CTAN’s press release regarding recent Read more…