Be heard and take action. Complete the Census before October 31, 2020.
Count yourself and every person living with you, regardless of their age, relationship to you, or immigration status. Everyone counts.
Every ten years, the U.S. conducts a nationwide count of every person living in the country. Everyone counts, regardless of age, housing disposition, citizenship or immigration status.
Your answers determine:
If people are missed in the Census count, our communities could lose resources and political representation for the next ten years. It can hurt the programs and services we need, including:
The Census will not ask for your citizenship, immigration status, social security number, identification card, or money.
You can list the name and sex that you identify with. They do not need to match your legal documents.
Title 13 protects your data! Any identifying information cannot be shared with anyone, including ICE, law enforcement or landlords.