Immigration Reform Now: Moving from a Message of Hope to Delivering Promises
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Immigration Reform Now: Moving from a Message of Hope to Delivering Promises

    1. Petition by

      Central American Resource Center - CARECEN

In recognition of President Obama's endorsement of comprehensive reform of the US immigration system we ask President Obama to stop immigration raids and other enforcement actions that tear families apart.  We urge the President to work with Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to lower the Citizenship fee to better ensure that thousands of hardworking members of our society can fully participate in the democratic process. Furthermore, we ask the President to support a law that provides a viable path to legalization for workers and families who have contributed to the US economy for years.

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    • Sarah Garcia ORLANDO, FL
      • about 2 years ago

      This country was founded on people looking for a better life. If it were illeagal to immigrate 100 years ago, many of our ancestors would never have come to the "Land of Opportunity" and we would find ourselves in the position of the very people who's lives are being destroyed due to antiquated and unjust US Immigration policies.

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    • Renata Wong SURPRISE, AZ
      • about 2 years ago

      We do not choose where we will be born. We can choose wheree to live. Those immmigrant chose USA as their home. They live here where they spend the little that they can earn. They are hard workers doing job that a USA citizen does not want to do. Is president, we need a reform.

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    • Tracy Santos KANSAS CITY, MO
      • over 2 years ago

      Me and my Husband are fighting the immigration battle on behalf of my husband who is here illegaly from Mexico, and he was arrested only because he had no papers. we are trying to get him legal but it is so expensive and they are telling us they he may still have to go back to Mexico to finish his papers. I have also started a pettition, we have all got to band together so all our voices get heard and we can get change

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    • JESSICA MARTINEZ WASHINGTON, DC
      • over 2 years ago

      M husband of 4 years is in honduras with my daugther and we were in the middle of his paperwork when he left now trying to get him back is very hard SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE.

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    • ashley thomas BALTIMORE, MD
      • over 2 years ago

      I believe immigrant should have a chance!!

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