Immigration Reform

World Relief has been active in the fight for immigration reform. Below are relevant statements and resources.

World Relief Statement in Support of Comprehensive Immigration Reform
World Relief issued a statement to support comprehensive immigration reform in 2006.

Evangelical Immigration Table
The Evangelical Immigration Table is a broad coalition of Evangelical groups working to bring Christian principles into the immigration debate. The Table is involved in educating the public and using their voice to advocate for better laws.

World Relief Statement on the DREAM Act
The DREAM act would allow young undocumented immigrants to go to college or serve in the military. This bill would provide an opportunity for those who came to the United States at a young age and remain in undocumented status to pursue higher education.

Resources

G92
G92 is a growing student movement of youth dedicated to engagement with immigrants on their campuses and in their communities. Started at Cedarville University in the fall of 2011, G92 has spread to other Christian colleges and universities across the country.

Welcoming the Stranger
Co-authored by Matthew Soerens and Jenny Yang, this book has helped shape a Biblically-based narrative on immigration throughout the United States. The Learning Guide also available on the website!

Take Action for Immigration Reform!