Improving Our Immigration System
Will recognizes that the vast majority of immigrants come to the United States, and to Chicago in particular, for work and better opportunities for their families. Will also knows that immigration is not going to stop, regardless of how punitive the law becomes. Immigration law should center on providing accessible routes to citizenship and fair treatment of all who work in the U.S., regardless of citizenship status.
What Will is doing:
- Partnering with community organizations on ESL, job-training, and citizenship classes to make sure immigrants have access to well-funded services and programs
- Advocating for comprehensive immigration reform centered on safe routes to citizenship and fair treatment of all immigrant workers, regardless of status
- Engaging a diverse coalition of neighborhood groups to fight disinformation and prejudice and bring together residents all over the 39th District