Voice Your Values 


We are living through one of the harshest and concerning times around immigration policy in modern history. Thousands of our newest immigrant and refugee neighbors are at risk, and we will not turn our backs on them. We have come to understand the unique challenges and appreciate the gifts of our newest neighbors, and we are united in our commitment to serve, love, and protect them. Let’s put our faith into action by speaking out for:

  • The end of bigotry and hate, and a welcoming embrace and policies for immigrants and refugees from around the world
  • Immigration reform that ends devastating detention and deportation policies, and keeps immigrant and refugee families together
  • A DREAM or HOPE act, offering hope and security to thousands of immigrant youth currently with DACA status
  • A pathway to permanent legal status and eventually citizenship that includes in-state tuition, driver’s licenses, work permits and a living wage for all

We recognize the outstanding work being done in our region by immigrant and refugee leaders, faith communities, schools, health and social service agencies, law enforcement, businesses, city government, and many others to build bridges of greater understanding, trust and cooperation towards a better community for all. We hope our elected officials at the local, state and national level recognize and share these values, listen to and respect our united voice, and legislate in a way that ensures dignity, justice, and equal opportunity for all of our beloved neighbors and friends.  Please email, call, or visit your representatives today!

North Carolina Federal Representatives

Let your federal representatives know how harmful the Executive Orders on immigration and the recent decision to rescind DACA are for our newest immigrant and refugee neighbors – share clear examples and stories.  Tell them to speak out against these policies that are aggressively detaining and deporting our immigrant friends, tearing families apart in our community, and destroying the dreams of our most promising immigrant youth.  Tell them to urgently support a DREAM or HOPE Act that creates a permanent legal status and eventually citizenship for dreamers and their families, as well as larger immigration reform that respects the inherent dignity and worth of our immigrant neighbors who deserve safety, dignity, and happiness just as much as the rest of us – fair and humane immigration reform is the solution we need NOW for the long-term safety, health and well-being of our entire community.

US Senator for NC Richard Burr
217 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
P: 202-224-3154
Fax: 202-228-2981

In-District Office:
2000 West First Street, Suite 508
Winston-Salem, NC 27104
P: 1-800-685-8916
P: 336- 631-5125
Fax: 336-725-4493

 US Senator for NC Thom Tillis
185 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-6342
Fax: 202-228-2563

In-District Office:
1840 Eastchester Dr., Suite 200
High Point, NC 27265
Phone: 336-885-0685
Fax: 336-885-0692

Congressman for NC District 13 (HP/GSO) Ted Budd
118 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
202-225-4531

In-District Office:
128 Peachtree Lane, Suite A
Advance, NC 27006
336-998-1313

Congressman for NC District 6 (GSO) Mark Walker
1305 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-3065
Fax: 202-225-8611

In-District Office:
809 Green Valley Road
Suite 104
Greensboro, NC 27408
Phone: 336-333-5005

Congresswoman for NC-5 (W-S) Virginia Foxx
2262 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-2071
Fax: 202-225-2995

In-District Office:
3540 Clemmons Rd, Suite 125
Clemmons, NC 27012
Phone:  336- 778-0211
Fax: 336- 778-2290

 North Carolina State Representatives

Let your state representatives know that our communities are having to deal with a deeply flawed federal immigration system, and that it is in North Carolina’s best interest to support welcoming policies that create safer, more inclusive and united communities.  Tell them to say NO to HB 35, 63, 113, 306, and SB 145 that unfairly and unnecessarily punish immigrants with limited or no status, and cities and universities that stand alongside of them.  Ask instead for their support of a driver’s license bill (HB 877) and instate tuition (HB 734) for our hard working immigrant youth and families.

NC House
57        Pricey.Harrison@ncleg.net     919-733-5771             P.O. Box 9339, Greensboro, NC 27429

58        Amos.Quick@ncleg.net          919-733-5902             529 Foxridge Rd., Greensboro, NC 27406

59        Jon.Hardister@ncleg.net        919-733-5191             1709 Forest Valley Rd., Greensboro, NC 27410

60        Cecil.Brockman@ncleg.net    919-733-5825             1166 Roberts Ln., High Point, NC 27260

61        John.Faircloth@ncleg.net       919-733-5877             4456 Orchard Knob Ln., High Point, NC 27265

62        John.Blust@ncleg.net             919-733-5781             Room 2208, 16 West Jones Street, Raleigh, NC

NC Senate
26        Trudy.Wade@ncleg.net          919-733-5856 Room 525, 300 N Salisbury St, Raleigh, NC 27603

27        Gladys.Robinson@ncleg.net  919-715-3042 Room 1120, 16 W Jones St, Raleigh, NC  27601

28        Phil.Berger@ncleg.net           336-623-5210 Room 2007, P.O. Box 1309, Eden, NC 27289-1309