What is Immigrants' List?
Immigrants’ List is composed of Immigrants’ List PAC, a federal political action committee, and Immigrants’ List Civic Action, a 501 (c)(4) non-profit organization. Immigrants' List Civic Action works to educate voters on immigration reform and reinforce the importance of voting with low propensity voters in minority populations. Immigrants' List PAC primarily works to elect pro-reform and defeat anti-immigration candidates for public office. Immigrants' List PAC and Immigrants' List Civic Action are separate organizations.
What types of candidates does Immigrants' List PAC support?
As a bipartisan PAC, Immigrants’ List supports candidates for federal office from both sides of the aisle who are willing to work for better immigration laws.
Who can donate to Immigrants' List?
Immigrants’ List PAC can accept contributions from individual U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents of the United States (green card holders). Immigrants’ List PAC is a federally registered political action committee, and cannot accept contributions from corporations, labor unions, foundations, national banks, or federal contractors. Immigrants’ List Civic Action, as a 501(c)(4) organization, is not limited in what it may accept.
How much can I contribute?
Donors are limited to contributions up to a maximum of $5,000 per calendar year for Immigrants’ List PAC. There is no limit for donations to Immigrants’ List Civic Action.
By what methods can I contribute?
Click here to make your secure contribution by credit card now. Individuals may send checks made payable to “Immigrants’ List” or “Immigrants’ List Civic Action” to: Immigrants’ List, 2001 S Street, NW, Suite 550, Washington, DC 20009.
Are contributions to Immigrants' List PAC and Immigrants' List Civic Action tax deductible?
No. Contributions to Immigrants’ List and Immigrants’ List Civic Action are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.
What qualifies as a corporate contribution?
By law, corporations are prohibited from making contributions or expenditures in connection with a federal PAC, both cash and in-kind. PACs are also prohibited from knowingly accepting such contributions. Any direct or indirect payment, distribution, loan, advance, deposit, gift of money, services, or anything of value qualifies as a contribution. Certain LLCs & other forms of non-incorporated partnerships may contribute.