Take Action

Want to take action now? Below are opportunities to speak out against recent proposals from the Trump Administration that would harm immigrant families.
This list will be updated on a regular basis. We also recommend that you get involved with the PIF campaign to stay up to date on new threats and advocacy opportunities.
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Comment on the Proposed Rule on SNAP

There is less than one month remaining to submit a comment on a proposed rule that would take access to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) away from 755,000 people. The Trump Administration’s anti-immigrant policies and a growing fear of immigration consequences have already contributed to a 10 percent drop in enrollment nationwide among immigrant families eligible for SNAP. If finalized, this rule would result in even more immigrants and people of color losing access to nutrition assistance.

What you can do:
  • Submit a comment on or before April 2. CLASP and NILC have developed a template comment, focusing on the impact of the SNAP proposed rule to immigrants and communities of color. A link to our template comment is available at http://bit.ly/PIFSNAPcomment.
  • Ask your friends, family and colleagues to also speak up and get your community engaged! Several PIF partners have developed comment platforms to easily submit a comment. Click here to see sites from FRAC, CAP, and Feeding America.
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Join our Sign-On Comment to Oppose SSA Proposal

The Social Security Administration (SSA) announced a proposed rule change that would remove the “inability to communicate in English” from the list of educational categories that are considered when SSA determines who qualifies to receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Social Security Disability (SSDI) benefits.

What you can do:
  • CLASP and NILC developed a sign on comment for the proposed SSA rule. To sign on to the comment, please visit http://bit.ly/PIFSSAsignonletter and add your organization’s name by Monday, April 1 at 5:00pm ET (2:00pm PT).
  • You can also submit comments to the Social Security Administration directly on regulations.gov. The deadline to comment is April 2.