No Human Is Illegal 

We're starting a movement to humanize the conversation around immigrants and their families in the U.S. through advocacy, coalition building and community engagement in an effort to create a system where both immigrants and employers may thrive.

Illegal The Project

We Support Immigrants and American Industries

The issue of undocumented immigration has mushroomed into a divisive topic over the last 10 years. Today, we have reached a breaking point as mass deportations, human rights violations where children are being locked up in cages, and our overwhelmingly divided public viewpoints have pushed this problem to a point where a solution must be brought to the table.


Illegal The Project is a movement that seeks to shed light on facts and myths about undocumented immigration; humanize immigrants; and educate, engage, and organize Americans to demand legislation that addresses the problem’s root: our current system that lures undocumented immigrants to illegal employment and criminalizes them for accepting the jobs we provide.

We must change this system of injustice. One that is negatively impacting American industries, civilians and immigrants alike. Together we can fix this broken system and #GiveVoice to those left without a voice in this conversation.

Tell our senators that it is time to address the labor crisis in our country and provide a legal path to employment for guest workers. Doing so will allow our industries to thrive and drastically reduce undocumented immigration by providing immigrants who wish to work in the U.S. seasonally a legal path to do so.

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Help us end the labor shortage impacting our agriculture, hospitality, and construction industries, provide a legal path to employment for immigrants who wish to work in the US seasonally, and end illegal employment and the exploitation of undocumented workers.

Together, we will help our industries thrive, provide a legal path to employment for immigrants and bring an end to this system of injustice in the U.S.