COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM

 
"We came for our children"
Last updated 5/21/2009

NEW RESOURCES

EPISCOPAL CHURCH TEACHING, POSITION & ADVOCACY

PRESENTACIONES | PRESENTATIONS

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Links

TO CONTACT CONGRESS

In general: Letters, if they are sent to the regional congressional office, are more effective than calls; Calls more effective than e-mail. Faxes must be in there somewhere. When you send letters to Washington DC, security procedures take weeks to get the mail to their destination. You can get your letter there more quickly by sending it to their regional office.

Contact your network of family, friends, acquaintances and colleagues.

Send updates to all of your friends, colleagues and family. Ask them to take action.

Give them ideas for action, including this page. Follow up and encourage them.

For some people, the way to encourage phone calls is to give them some company. This is especially true of people who have never contacted Washington before or who feel embarrassed or uncomfortable on the phone. Invite them to your home or office to make the call.

PRIOR PROPOSED LEGISLATION


Madre Anna Lange-Soto
E-Mail: ABLange@aol.com
El Buen Pastor, Iglesia Episcopal / The Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
178 Clinton St., Redwood City, CA 94062