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Mennonites often recognize themselves in the stories of sojourners and immigrants. Although they first came to North America as immigrants fleeing persecution and economic hardship in Europe, they now come from all over the globe.
Mennonite Central Committee (originally formed to work with people uprooted in the aftermath of World War I) continues to provide resources to immigrants and refugees of all faiths in the United States, Canada and many other countries.
In Washington, MCC encourages U.S. government officials to fix the laws that make it impossible for many immigrant and asylum seeker families to successfully navigate the U.S. legal system. It also encourages immigration and border policies that focus on community accountability, humane enforcement and system-wide approaches.