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y REPRESENTANTES

NEW YORK

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SENATORS

Kirsten Gillibrand

New York

NY. Carta al Senador Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Senator
Kirsten Gillibrand
478 Rusell Senate Office Bldg
Washington DC 20510

Dear Senator,

On December 31st, 2021, the creation of the 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., is a way to offer Permanent Residency to Venezuelans residing in the USA.

For this Petition/Bill to prosper and advance, we need bipartisan support; therefore, we enthusiastically request that you be a sponsor of said bill because you represent a great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on the following reasons:

  1. We wish to be considered as partakers and recipients alike of the already existing Cuban Adjustment 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 for people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to their newly acquired place of residence, the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans already are, and countless others will be an asset to this country once they are legally permitted to practice their professions in the U.S. such as medical, legal, teaching and all for which they are currently not able to engage in, due to their immigration status because most require permanent residence or US citizenship. 
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized mostly as hard-working professionals who are an asset in many American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge and most Venezuelan applicants declared their taxes to the IRS.

The Venezuelan community implores your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Senate' floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents already residing in USA. We encourage and count on your support on behalf of this legislation.

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

Sincerely,




New York

NY. Carta al Senador Charles Schumer (D-NY) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Senator
Charles Schumer
322 Hart Senate Office Bldg.
Washington DC 20510

Dear Senator,

On December 31st, 2021, the creation of the 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., is a way to offer Permanent Residency to Venezuelans residing in the USA.

For this Petition/Bill to prosper and advance, we need bipartisan support; therefore, we enthusiastically request that you be a sponsor of said bill because you represent a great hope for the Venezuelan people.

We would like to enact this legislation based on the following reasons:

  1. We wish to be considered as partakers and recipients alike of the already existing Cuban Adjustment 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 for people who are victims of totalitarian regimes, to live in a free society and be useful to their newly acquired place of residence, the United States.
  5. Many professional Venezuelans already are, and countless others will be an asset to this country once they are legally permitted to practice their professions in the U.S. such as medical, legal, teaching and all for which they are currently not able to engage in, due to their immigration status because most require permanent residence or US citizenship. 
  6. The Venezuelan community has been characterized mostly as hard-working professionals who are an asset in many American communities.
  7. Does not encourage irregular immigration.
  8. We are not a public charge and most Venezuelan applicants declared their taxes to the IRS.

The Venezuelan community implores your help in bringing this legislation to the House of Senate' floor to permanently protect Venezuelan residents already residing in USA. We encourage and count on your support on behalf of this legislation.

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

Sincerely,




Republican Representatives

Nick LaLota

NY-01

NY. Carta al Representante Nick LaLota (R-NY-1) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Nick LaLota
530 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,




Andrew R. Garbarino

NY-02

NY. Carta al Representante Andrew Garbarino (R-NY-2) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Andrew Garbarino
2344 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,




George Santos

NY-03

NY. Carta al Representante George Santos (D-NY-3) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
George Santos
1117 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,




Anthony D'Esposito

NY-04

NY. Carta al Representante Anthony D'Esposito (D-NY-4) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Anthony D'Esposito
1508 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,




Nicole Malliotakis

NY-11

NY. Carta al Representante Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY-11) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Nicole Malliotakis

351 Cannon 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,




Michael Lawler

NY-17

NY. Carta al Representante Mike Lawler (D-NY-17) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Mike Lawler
1013 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,




Marcus Molinaro

NY-19

NY. Carta al Representante Marc Molinaro (D-NY-19) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Marc Molinaro
1207 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,




Elise M. Stefanik

NY-21

NY. Carta al Representante Elise Stefanik (R-NY-21) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Elise Stefanik

2211 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,




Brandon Williams

NY-22

NY. Carta al Representante Brandon Williams (R-NY-22) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Brandon Williams
1022 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,




Nicholas Langworthy

NY-23

NY. Carta al Representante Nick Langworthy (D-NY-23) (Jornada)

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Nick Langworthy
1630 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,




Claudia Tenney

NY-24

NY. Carta al Representante Brandon Williams (R-NY-22) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Brandon Williams
1022 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,




Democratic Representatives

Gregory W. Meeks

NY-05

NY. Carta al Representante Gregory Meeks (D-NY-5) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Gregory Meeks
2310 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,




Grace Meng

NY-06

NY. Carta al Representante Grace Meng (D-NY-6) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Grace Meng
2209 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,




Nydia M. Velazquez

NY-07

NY. Carta al Representante Nydia Velazquez (D-NY-7) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Nydia Velazquez
2302 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,




Hakeem S. Jeffries

NY-08

NY. Carta al Representante Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY-8) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Hakeem Jeffries
2433 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,




Yvette D. Clarke

NY-09

NY. Carta al Representante Yvette Clarke (D-NY-9) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Yvette Clarke
2058 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,




Daniel Goldman

NY-10

NY. Carta al Representante Dan Goldman (D-NY-10) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Dan Goldman
245 Cannon 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,




Jerrold Nadler

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,




Adriano Espaillat

NY-13

NY. Carta al Representante Adriano Espaillat (D-NY-13) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Adriano Espaillat

2332 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,




Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

NY-14

NY. Carta al Representante Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY-14) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

250 Cannon 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,




Ritchie Torres

NY-15

NY. Carta al Representante Ritchie Torres (D-NY-15) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Ritchie Torres

1414 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,




Jamaal Bowman

NY-16

NY. Carta al Representante Jamaal Bowman (D-NY-16) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Jamaal Bowman

345 Cannon 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,




Pat Ryan

NY-18

NY. Carta al Representante Pat Ryan (D-NY-18) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Pat Ryan
1030 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,




Paul Tonko

NY-20

NY. Carta al Representante Paul Tonko (D-NY-20) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Paul Tonko

2369 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,




Joseph D. Morelle

NY-25

NY. Carta al Representante Joe Morelle (D-NY-25) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Joe Morelle

570 Cannon 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,




Brian Higgins

NY-26

NY. Carta al Representante Brian Higgins (D-NY-26) Jornada

Date:

The Honorable Representative
Brian Higgins

2269 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,




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