There are only three months left before "Jane the Virgin" season 4 premieres on The CW. With it comes Jane's (Gina Rodriguez) new love interest and the resolution of Petra's sticky situation with her evil twin sister, Anezka (both played by Yael Grobglas). But before the stars head back to the small screen, the racially diverse cast are showing their support for immigrants for Immigration Heritage Month, which recently concluded this June. "Hamilton" creator Lin Manuel Miranda recently started a #Ham4All viral challenge to encourage people to raise funds for the Immigrants: We Get the Job Done Coalition to help improve lives of immigrants across the nation.

One of the latest celebrities to jump on board to help spread awareness is "Jane the Virgin" star Yael Grobglas, who showed off her rapping skills in an Instagram video.

Yael Grobglas can rap

Yael Grobglas, who plays Petra Solano and her twin sister Anezka in "Jane the Virgin" took to Instagram to help raise awareness for the Immigrants: We Get the Job Done Coalition, rapping one of "Hamilton"'s fastest rap verses, with "Guns and Ships." According to PEOPLE, the 33-year old took to social media to share the video, in which she also wrote, "Instagram cut me off at one minute but I went on and on and basically finished the album) #immigrantswegetthejobdone (we really do)." Grobglas herself is an immigrant, born in Paris, France, and grew up in Israel before launching her U.S.

acting career in 2013. She had roles in The CW's "Reign" before landing the role of Petra in "Jane the Virgin."

Comedy series cast is racially diverse

Yael Grobglas isn't the only immigrant in the cast of the racially diverse "Jane the Virgin." Justin Baldoni, who plays Rafael Solano, is also a third-generation immigrant. In February, Baldoni took to Facebook to share a photo of his grandfather, Louis Baldoni, who in the early 1900's left Pitigliano, Italy in pursuit of the American dream.

In the U.S., he eventually became a member of the House of Representatives and served as a Senator of Indiana. He also took to Instagram to share his thoughts on immigration. Baldoni wrote in February, "I believe we are a nation of immigrants, and even more so I believe we are a species of immigrants. I believe that if we went back far enough - we would realize that none of us come from one specific place.

I believe borders are man-made and that just because our parents or grandparents settled somewhere that it doesn't give us the right to claim any land as our own."

"Jane the Virgin" is a racially diverse collective of very talented actors and actresses, including Gina Rodriguez, Andrea Navedo, Jaime Camil, Ivonne Coll, Brett Dier (who hails from Canada), Yara Martinez, Diane Guerrero, and more. The fourth season is set to premiere this October 13.