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), and other partners are calling for a Day of Action to Keep Families Together on June 26 to increase the number of public comments in opposition to HUD’s proposed rule. NLIHC and NHLP have also launched a Spanish-comment portal.

Join advocates across the nation on June 26 by hosting comment parties to weigh in with your opposition to the mixed-status immigrant-family rule. Individuals can now submit comments in Spanish, which will then be translated into English through a partnership with People Organized for Westside Renewal (POWER) and the LA Human Right to Housing Collective. Both individuals and organizations are encouraged to submit comments before the July 9 deadline.

Find resources for hosting a comment party for the Day of Action at: https://www.keep-families-together.org/events

Submit comments in English and Spanish at: https://www.keep-families-together.org/