In a memo to President Obama, the Congressional Progressive Caucus called on the President to act on immigration through executive action. According to an article in Politico, the group includes a request to shield 7 million undocumented immigrants from deportation, a number larger than the White House’s current expected plan.

The Congressional Progressive Caucus is asking for relief in five specific categories, including those who are regularly employed. Agricultural and seasonal workers would classify under this category for deportation relief. Other categories include those who have resided in the country for three or more years, individuals that have satisfied the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) education requirements, and parents, siblings, and spouses of citizens and lawful permanent residents. President Obama has pledged to act on immigration by year’s end, but the White House has not released any information about the scope of the executive action.