NLIHC and the National Housing Law Project (NHLP) have new resources, including a state-level data table and a recording of the June 5 webinar, available as part of the Keep Families Together campaign opposing HUD’s proposed “mixed status” immigrant-family rule. NLIHC and NHLP are leading the effort to oppose HUD’s proposed rule and have a variety of resources available at the campaign website, www.Keep-Families-Together.org, to help advocates submit comments, educate their networks, and engage with their members of Congress.
Join advocates around the country on June 26 for a Day of Action to Keep Families Together to oppose HUD’s cruel proposal to evict 25,000 mixed-status immigrant families, including 55,000 children…June 24, 2019
Members of Congress continue to express their strong opposition to a HUD-proposed rule that would evict 25,000 mixed-status immigrant families from subsidized housing. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-…June 24, 2019
Take Action: NLIHC and Partners Call for Day of Action to Oppose HUD’s Proposed Mixed-Status Immigrant-Family Rule
Help stop HUD's harmful proposal to evict 25,000 mixed-status immigrant families, including 55,000 children who are U.S. citizens or have legal status. NLIHC, the National Housing Law Project (NHLP…June 17, 2019