Deportations tear family members apart, many of which would qualify for immigration reform
For Immediate Release
Contact: Ricardo Favela, (760) 659-3620, firstname.lastname@example.org
San Diego: As the prospects for a comprehensive immigration reform close for the time being, immigrant rights groups across the country have shifted focus to President Barack Obama to use his executive powers to halt deportations of those who would be eligible for a reform and to end the needless suffering of families affected by the dragnet of enforcement.Fair Use Notice
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