The Fair Immigration Reform Movement is a national coalition of grassroots organizations fighting for immigrant rights at the local, state and federal level.
We are led by a group of 44 organizations from across 32 states around the country committed to immigrant rights.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has been a notorious member and architect of the anti-immigrant movement for the past fifteen years. Among the leadership roles that he plays is serving as legal counsel to a network of organizations founded by John Tanton, a white supremacist, and includes the Federation for American Immigration Reform, a designated hate group.1 In 2010, Kobach was elected Secretary of State in Kansas and re-elected in 2014. He holds the position today2 even while he continues to personally profit from advancing and defending policies aimed at severely restricting immigration in the United States …
Immigrant leaders and allies came together on May 1st across the country to lead marches, rallies, protests, and town halls to resist Trump’s deportation machine and support a vibrant and diverse future for our country.
For a common-sense solution to our broken immigration system that strengthens equal opportunity and the rule of law, treats hardworking immigrant families with respect and dignity, and moves all communities and families in America forward together.