Fixing Our Family-Based Immigration System

Visa processing delays are fueling ‘unconscionable’ family separations. A new bill in Congress aims to clear the logjam.

Tessa Xuan and her family benefited from family-based immigration and being able to grow up in a multi-generational family. (Photo courtesy of Tessa Xuan)

By Andrew Peng

Tessa Xuan knows first-hand the power of family immigration. After all, her uniquely American story — and her very existence — would not be have been possible without it.



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Advancing Justice – AAJC

Fighting for civil rights for all and working to empower #AsianAmericans to participate in our democracy.