posted a year ago
"Governors cannot directly help with immigration, but they can advocate for their state's residents. For example, Governor Cuomo of New York has spoken out against the Trump administration's policies on immigration and has pledged to protect the rights of all immigrants in New York.
Governors also work with state agencies to support immigrants by offering resources and assistance with accessing services. Additionally, governors can create task forces or commissions to study immigrant integration and develop strategies to improve outcomes for immigrants in the state."