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OH-04

OH. Carta al Representante Jim Jordan (R-OH-04) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Jim Jordan
2056 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

 

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Jerry Nadler

Ranking Member

NY-12

NY. Carta al Representante Jerry Nadler (D-NY-12) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Jerry Nadler
2132 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC, 20515-3210

Phone: (202) 225-5635

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Democratic Members

Zoe Lofgren

CA-19

CA. Carta al Representante Zoe Lofgren (D-CA-18) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Zoe Lofgren
1401 Longworth House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

 

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Sheila Jackson Lee

TX-18

TX. Carta al Representante Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX-18) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Sheila Jackson Lee
2314 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Steve Cohen

TN-09

TN Carta al Representante Steve Cohen (D-TN-9) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Steve Cohen
2268 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC, 20515-3210

Phone: (202) 225-5635

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Henry C. "Hank" Johnson

GA-04

GA. Carta al Representante Hank Johnson (D-GA-4) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Hank Johnson
2240 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC, 20515-3210

Phone: (202) 225-5635

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Adam Schiff

CA-30

CA. Carta al Representante Adam B. Schiff (D-CA-30) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Adam B. Schiff
2309 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




David N. Cicilline

RI-01

RI. Carta al Representante David Cicilline (D-RI-1) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
David Cicilline
2233 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC, 20515-3210


Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Eric Swalwell

CA-15

CA. Carta al Representante Eric Swalwell (D-CA-14) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Eric Swalwell
174 Cannon House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

 

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Ted Lieu

CA-33

CA. Carta al Representante Ted Lieu (D-CA-36) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Ted Lieu
2454 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Pramila Jayapal

WA-07

WA. Carta al Representante Pramila Jayapal (D-WA-07) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Pramila Jayapal
2346 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




J. Luis Correa

CA-46

CA. Carta al Representante J. Luis Correa (D-CA-46) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
J. Luis Correa
2301 Rayburn House Office Building

Washington DC 20515

 

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Mary Gay Scanlon

PA-05

PA. Carta al Representante Mary Gay Scanlon (D-PA-5) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Mary Gay Scanlon
1227 Longworth House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Joe Neguse

CO-02

CO. Carta al Representante Joe Neguse (D-CO-2) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Joe Neguse
2400 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC, 20515-3210

Phone: (202) 225-5635

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Lucy McBath

GA-06

GA. Carta al Representante Lucy Mcbath (D-GA-7) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Lucy Mcbath
2246 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC, 20515-3210

Phone: (202) 225-5635

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Madeleine Dean

PA-04

PA. Carta al Representante Madeleine Dean (D-PA-4) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Madeleine Dean
150 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC, 20515-3210

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Veronica Escobar

TX-16

TX. Carta al Representante Veronica Escobar (D-TX-16) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Veronica Escobar
2448 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Deborah Ross

NC-02

NC. Carta al Representante Deborah Ross (D-NC-2) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Deborah Ross
1221 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC, 20515-3210

Phone: (202) 225-5635

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Cori Bush

MO-01

MO. Carta al Representante Cori Bush (D-MO-01) (Jornada)

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Cori Bush
2463 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Glenn Ivey

MD 04

MD. Carta al Representante Glenn Ivey (D-MD-04) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Glenn Ivey
1529 Longworth House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Republican Members

Darrell Issa

CA-48

CA. Carta al Representante Darrell Issa (R-CA-48) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Darrell Issa
2108 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Ken Buck

CO-04

CO. Carta al Representante Ken Buck (R-CO-4) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Ken Buck
2455 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC, 20515-3210

Phone: (202) 225-5635

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Matt Gaetz

FL-01

1. Carta al Representante Matt Gaetz (R-FL-D1) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Matt Gaetz
2021 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Mike Johnson

LA-04

LA. Carta al Representante Mike Johnson (R-LA-04) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Mike Johnson
568 Cannon House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Andy Biggs

AZ-05

AZ. Carta al Representante Andy Biggs (R-AZ-05) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Andy Biggs
252 Cannon House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

 

Dear Representative,

On December 31st, 2021, the planning for a bill that can offer permanent stability to more than 421,000 Venezuelans residing in the United States began. This proposal, called the Venezuelan Adjustment Act, would be a way to offer Permanent Residence.

We also need bipartisan support; however, we request that you be a sponsor of the said bill since you represent great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on many different reasons such as:

  1. We rely on the Cuban Adjustment Law: Law approved on November 02, 1966
  2. Apart from the humanitarian characteristics, the Venezuelan community would be a community of interest to the United States.
  3. The United States is a nation consistent with the principles they have followed in their dealings with the nations around the world, to encourage freedom and to encourage resistance to totalitarianism.
  4. The approval of this law would be a contribution to the principle of consistency of the United States, which carries freedom and resistance to totalitarianism as its flag, which is a nation that practices what it preaches and which extends itself to provide the opportunity to provide to people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans who would be a credit to this country were prevented from gaining professional employment in the U.S. due to statutes that require Permanent Residence or full citizenship for certain professions such as a doctor, dentist, lawyer, teacher, etc.
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized as hard-working professionals who are an asset to American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge, most of the Venezuelan applicants have declared their taxes.

The Venezuelan community urges your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Representatives floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents in the USA. We count on your support to back this legislation.

We need to start the pathway for Venezuelans by affording them stability with a great contribution to the nation, being an asset and added value to the growth and development of communities.

Sincerely,




Tom McClintock

CA-05

CA. Carta al Representante Tom McClintock (R-CA-05) Jornada