NLIHC and the National Housing Law Project (NHLP) have new resources, including a comment template and Congressional tracker, available as part of the Keep Families Together campaign opposing HUD’s proposed “mixed status” immigrant-family rule. Additionally, the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities will join NLIHC and NHLP in hosting a webinar on June 5 at 3:00 p.m. ET about the proposed rule, its implications and impacts, and the resources available for advocates to use to oppose the rule.
NLIHC and the National Housing Law Project are leading the effort to oppose HUD’s proposed rule and have a variety of resources available to help advocates submit comments, educate their networks, and engage with members of Congress. The campaign website, www.Keep-Families-Together.org, has a multi-sector comment template that includes information about the proposed regulation’s impacts on a variety of populations, allowing individuals to build and customize their comments. The website also provides a list of all members of Congress who have already signed onto letters or comments opposing the rule.
Register for the June 5 webinar at: https://adobe.ly/2JOaxO2
Find resources and submit comments at: https://www.Keep-Families-Together.org/