Senator Warner supports a comprehensive approach to immigration reform. He voted in favor of bipartisan, commonsense immigration reform that would strengthen border security, and offer a tough but fair path to citizenship for millions of undocumented immigrants who are already living, working and paying taxes in the United States. He has also introduced proposals that would reform our immigration system to meet the needs of an innovation-driven 21st century economy by making it easier for entrepreneurial and highly skilled immigrants educated at U.S. colleges and universities to stay here and create jobs after graduation.
Recent News on Immigration
|6/15/21||On 9th Anniversary of DACA, Warner Joins Cortez Masto, Durbin, Colleagues in Calling to Fix DACA Program, Address Delays|
|4/20/21||As Seafood Processing Begins, Va. & Md. Senators Applaud Announcement by Biden Administration Releasing Additional H-2B Visas|
|2/8/21||Warner Joins Cardin, Van Hollen, Schumer in Reintroducing the SECURE Act for TPS Recipients|
|1/27/21||Warner Meets with DHS Secretary Nominee Alejandro Mayorkas, Reiterates Need for H-2B Visas to Support Virginia's Seafood Industry|
|12/18/20||Va. & Md. Senators Urge Incoming Biden Administration to Protect TPS Holders|
|8/21/20||Warner & Kaine Urge an Immediate Halt to USCIS Plans to Furlough more than 750 Virginia Employees|