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Immigration & Border

I believe that our diversity as a country is our greatest strength. Our very identity as a nation is rooted in our immigrant heritage, and immigrants are critical to both the cultural and economic vibrancy of our country. That’s why I am fighting for a process that keeps families together, provides refuge to the world’s most vulnerable populations, and attracts the world’s best talents to live, study, and work in the U.S. Instead of building walls, we should be prioritizing border management and efforts that modernize and expand our nation’s land POEs, which are vital to both ensuring the safety of our country as well as facilitating the flow trade. We must also stop the wasteful spending on a border wall that has devastated precious environmental habitats, militarized border communities, and destroyed sacred Native American cultural sites. 

More on Immigration & Border

July 16th, 2019
Rep. Grijalva Sends Letter to Acting CBP Commissioner Sanders, Expresses Vehement Opposition to Border Wall in San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area
July 15th, 2019
Rep. Grijalva Statement on Trump Administration’s Changes to Asylum Law
July 10th, 2019
Rep. Grijalva Statement on Abuse at Yuma CBP Processing Center
July 3rd, 2019
In Newly Submitted Comments, Chair Grijalva Raises Serious Environmental and Social Concerns With Proposed Construction of U.S.-Mexico Border Wall
June 27th, 2019
Rep. Grijalva On Long Overdue Hearing Examining Benefits of Immigration
June 26th, 2019
Rep. Grijalva Statement on Funding for Trump’s Border Crisis
June 18th, 2019
Rep. Grijalva Celebrates Passage of Nogales IOI Amendment, Calls on Senate to Act
June 12th, 2019
Rep. Grijalva on ?No More Deaths’ Hung Jury: ?Humanitarian Work is Not a Crime’
June 4th, 2019
Rep. Grijalva on Passage of Dream and Promise Act: ?Finally Fulfilling the Promise We Made’
June 3rd, 2019
Rep. Grijalva Leads 45 Members of Congress Demanding Answers into the Impacts of the ?Remain in Mexico’ Policy on LGBTQ Asylum Seekers