COMMUNITY FORUM DETAILS
WHEN: Wednesday, February 18, 2015 at 6:00 PM
WHERE: Alliance San Diego, 4443 30th Street, San Diego, CA 92116
San Diego, CA – Community members in San Diego are moving forward despite the preliminary injunction ruling on Monday that temporarily blocks the implementation process of the new immigrant deferred action programs. San Diegans will continue to prepare for implementation of extended DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) and DAPA (Deferred Action for Parents of Americans) that will give thousands of Californians the chance to live, work, and stay in the U.S. with their families.
Activities and Persons of Interest for Interview Opportunities
New DACA applicants and DACA renewal applicants will be in on-site along with local attorneys and immigration advocates to address questions from the media.
San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium and community members urges Congress to pass a real immigration reform that provides a permanent solution, keeps families together, and respects the quality of life of border communities by ensuring accountability and oversight over Customs and Border Protection, the nation’s largest law enforcement agency.
Since 2007, San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium (SDIRC) has worked to bring together leaders from the faith, labor, and legal communities to advocate policies that promote the civic and human rights of immigrants and is comprised of 20 organizations from throughout San Diego County.
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