ACTION ALERT: Call Congress and tell them to #DefundHate/ Alerta de acción: Llame al Congreso y digales que #DefundHate

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ICE is asking for a special funding increase to terrorize communities. Call your lawmakers now to let them know: WE NEED TO DEFUND ICE!

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La migra esta solicitando un aumento especial de dinero por parte del congreso. Llame su politicos ahora y digales que: ¡NO APOYEN LA MIGRA!

Haga clic aquí para estar conectado con sus representantes

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Maricela Gutiérrez - Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network
http://siren.nationbuilder.com/

Donate to SIREN and give the gift of opportunity.
The opportunity to LEAD. DREAM. VOTE. 





Maricela Gutierrez - Executive Director 
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network
http://siren.nationbuilder.com/

Join Us for our "Votar Para Ganar" Campaign Launch

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Over the last decade, SIREN has registered over 15,000 voters and contacted 200,000 voters to cultivate a voting base of immigrant and youth voters in Northern California and the Central Valley to help shift the political landscape in our state and region.

Please join us tomorrow  Thursday September 6 at 11am to celebrate the launch of our Fall voter engagement campaign "Votar Para Ganar" at the SIREN office located at 1415 Koll Cir. Suite 108, San Jose, 95112.

Our campaign aims to register immigrant and youth voters and contact over 30,000 immigrant and youth voters through phone banking, text, and door knocking in Northern California and the Central Valley for the November elections.


We will have a program of great speakers, including those who will be voting in their first election, those who voted for their first time in June, and those who can't vote but will be calling on voters to be their voice at the polls. 

Please come stand with us and create community power. All are welcome to attend!

 

 

 



Maricela Gutiérrez - Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network
http://siren.nationbuilder.com/

Donate to SIREN and give the gift of opportunity.
The opportunity to LEAD. DREAM. VOTE. 




Maricela Gutierrez - Executive Director
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network
http://siren.nationbuilder.com/

Join us Saturday to Register Voters in the Central Valley

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We have just 51 days until the October 21 voter registration deadline! And as we gear up for the November elections, we want to continue to register voters in the Central Valley in part of our long-term vision to create a prosperous and welcoming California for all. 

Please join us Saturday September 1 for our Central Valley Voter Registration Invasion from 9am - 2pm.

We will be meeting at Earl Ruth Park located at 1st and K Streets in Parlier, CA 93648 at 9am for a brief training, then we will hit the streets! Snacks and lunch will be provided.

We are coordinating carpools from the Bay Area. If you are interested in carpooling, and to RSVP, please email action@siren-bayarea.org

 


Maricela Gutiérrez - Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network
http://siren.nationbuilder.com/

Donate to SIREN and give the gift of opportunity.
The opportunity to LEAD. DREAM. VOTE. 


 

MEDIA ADVISORY: Immigrant Rights Group to Host Rally to Call for the Abolishment of ICE, Protect DACA, and Support for a Clean Dream Act

MEDIA ADVISORY: Immigrant Rights Group to Host Rally to Call for the Abolishment of ICE, Protect DACA, and Support for a Clean Dream Act

San Jose, CA -- Immigrant rights organization Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN) will be gathering at San Jose City Hall on Wednesday August 29, 2018 to make demands  regarding immigration policies in the wake of a summer of terror from the Trump Administration against immigrant families.

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Take Action Today to Oppose the Citizenship Question on the Census

Back in March, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that he had directed the Census Bureau to add an untested and unnecessary question to the 2020 Census form, which would ask the citizenship status of every person in the United States. The fight to keep the citizenship question off of the 2020 Census has begun! Tomorrow, Tuesday August 7 will be the last day to submit public comment to the U.S. Census Bureau. 

The Census has historically missed certain communities at disproportionately high rates. Adding a new citizenship question will jeopardize census accuracy by deterring many people—already “hard-to-count”—from responding. 

Please take a few minutes to take action on keeping the citizenship question OFF the 2020 Census Form by clicking here.

We need to show the breadth of voices in opposition to the citizenship question. Please submit your comment today!

Maricela Gutiérrez - Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network
http://siren.nationbuilder.com/

Donate to SIREN and give the gift of opportunity.
The opportunity to LEAD. DREAM. VOTE. 

 

Support DACA youth/ Apoyemos nuestra Juventud DACA

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While our community continues to fight against the relentless attacks from the current administration, we cannot forget our DACA youth who still need our support.

Today, we are pleased to announce that a generous donor will match donations made to SIREN to support DACA applicants with their renewal fees.

We invite you to join our efforts by making your donation today:  HERE 

Every dollar will be matched, enabling us to help more DACA youth. Let’s make our dreams of providing DACA youth with the opportunity to stay in the only country they know as home.

Thank you for your kind and generous support.

In community spirit,

Maricela Gutiérrez


 

Mientras que nuestra comunidad continúa luchando contra los implacables ataques de la administración actual, no podemos olvidar a los jóvenes de DACA que aún necesitan nuestro apoyo.

Hoy, nos complace anunciar que un donante generoso se ha comprometido a igualar donativos hechos a SIREN para apoyar a los solicitantes de DACA con sus tarifas de renovación.

Le invitamos a unirse a nuestros esfuerzos haciendo su donativo hoy: AQUI 

Recuerde que cada dólar donado será igualado, permitiéndonos ayudar a más jóvenes de DACA. Hagamos realidad nuestros sueños de brindar a los jóvenes de DACA la oportunidad de permanecer en el único país que conocen como su hogar.

Gracias por su amable y generoso apoyo.

En espíritu comunitario,

Maricela Gutiérrez

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The opportunity to LEAD. DREAM. VOTE. 




 

Latest News on DACA/ Últimas Noticias Sobre DACA

SIREN Applauds Court Ruling on DACA and Urges DACA-Recipients to Renew

Yesterday, U.S. District Court Judge John Bates in Washington, DC ruled that the DACA program should be fully restored finding that the Trump Administration has not provided an adequate justification for terminating the program. The court ordered USCIS to begin to accept new DACA applications starting August 23 and to continue to accept renewal applications. The Trump Administration may also appeal the court’s ruling in that time. There are various court cases currently relating to DACA, including a hearing at the federal court in Texas next week. SIREN urges those who have DACA to renew as soon as possible and reminds those who have never applied for DACA that they can not yet apply. The following is a statement from Maricela Gutiérrez, Executive Director of Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN):

 

“This ruling affirms what we have known all along: Trump cannot justify the termination of DACA. His Administration would be hard-pressed to find an argument that can withhold legal scrutiny which is why it should not appeal this decision and instead move forward with fully restoring the program. For those who do not have DACA, we remind community members that there is nothing to apply for yet and to be sure to not turn to those who claim that they can apply. For those who have DACA, make sure that you renew as soon as possible - there is no time to lose with other cases on the program making their way through the courts. Everyone, regardless of status, should be allowed to come and stay in the country - and this ruling gets us closer to ensuring that we live up to that value as a country.”

 

SIREN hosts free DACA renewal workshops and provides scholarships to cover the costs of the filing fee for all eligible applicants. For more information about upcoming workshops please visit: www.siren-bayarea.org.

 

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SIREN Aplaude Decisión de la Corte sobre DACA y Sugiere a los Destinatarios de DACA a Renovar

Ayer, el juez del Tribunal de Distrito de los EE. UU., John Bates, en Washington, DC, dictaminó que el programa DACA debería restaurarse por completo al constatar que la Administración Trump no ha proporcionado una justificación adecuada para terminar el programa. La corte ordenó a USCIS comenzar a aceptar nuevas solicitudes de DACA a partir del 23 de agosto y continuar aceptando solicitudes de renovación. La Administración Trump también puede apelar el fallo del tribunal en ese momento. Hay varios casos judiciales actualmente relacionados con DACA, incluida una audiencia en el tribunal federal de Texas la próxima semana. SIREN sugiere a aquellos que tienen DACA a renovar lo antes posible y les recuerda a aquellos que nunca solicitaron DACA que aún no pueden presentar la solicitud. La siguiente es una declaración de Maricela Gutiérrez, Directora Ejecutiva de Servicios, Derechos de Inmigrantes y Red de Educación (SIREN):

"Esta decisión confirma lo que hemos sabido desde el principio: Trump no puede justificar la finalización de DACA. Su Administración se vería en apuros para encontrar un argumento que pueda retener el escrutinio legal, por lo que no debería apelar esta decisión y, en su lugar, seguir adelante con la restauración total del programa. Para aquellos que no tienen DACA, les recordamos a los miembros de la comunidad que no hay nada para solicitar todavía y para asegurarnos de no recurrir a quienes afirman que pueden postularse. Para aquellos que tienen DACA, asegúrese de renovar lo antes posible; no hay tiempo que perder con otros casos en el programa que atraviesan los tribunales. Todos, independientemente de su estatus, deberían poder venir y permanecer en el país, y esta decisión nos acerca a garantizar que vivamos ese valor como país”.

SIREN ofrece talleres gratuitos de renovación de DACA y ofrece becas para cubrir los costos de la tarifa de presentación para todos los solicitantes elegibles. Para obtener más información sobre los próximos talleres, visite: www.siren-bayarea.org.

 

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SIREN-July E-Newsletter

This summer has been full of unrest as immigrants and refugees continue to be terrorized across the country. Immigrant rights groups continue to call upon on legislators to stand up for what is right - the protection of immigrants fleeing from violence, hunger, and other extreme circumstances. While television cameras have captured the reunification of some detained children, there are countless individuals of all ages being held in detention centers, that need our help. History is calling upon all of us to be engaged in new and different ways, so that we can together change the tide toward justice.

We invite you to join our efforts to protect immigrants and refugees in California by making a DONATION today. Your contribution will allow us to provide needed legal defense to people in our community in need. Thank you for your consideration.

In this newsletter you will also learn about our work on the US Census, the story of a family being brought back together, and will meet some of the amazing young people that make up SIREN. Thank you for your continued support.

With love and justice,

Maricela Gutiérrez

UNITED STATES CENSUS: SIREN ENSURING THAT ALL COUNT

 

An accurate count of the U.S. population forms the basis for many important, but often overlooked political, economic, and social decisions that affect our daily lives. That is why community organizations like SIREN are getting a head start in preparation for the Census, so that all of our communities are counted.

In partnership with the County of Santa Clara and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, SIREN’s youth volunteers embarked on a  canvassing campaign for Local Update Census Addresses (LUCA) in June to canvass neighborhoods in Gilroy, Morgan Hill, unincorporated areas of San Martin, and the city of Santa Clara. Our volunteers canvassed in over 50 neighborhoods identifying unconventional housing on single unit housing properties where individuals or families might be living to add to the Census count. Thank you, volunteers! 

TAKE ACTION TO OPPOSE THE CITIZENSHIP QUESTION ON THE 2020 CENSUS

 

In March, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that he had directed the Census Bureau to add an untested and unnecessary question to the 2020 Census form, which would ask the citizenship status of every person in the United States. The fight to keep the citizenship question off of the 2020 Census has begun!  

The Census has historically missed certain communities at disproportionately high rates. Adding a new citizenship question will jeopardize census accuracy by deterring many people—already “hard-to-count”—from responding. 

Please take a few minutes to take action on keeping the citizenship question OFF the 2020 Census Form. The comments period is open until August 7th.

Submit an individual comment. We need to show the breadth of voices in opposition to the citizenship question. You can submit a unique comment HERE


 

KEEPING FAMILIES TOGETHER: THE STORY OF RICARDO

 

Ricardo and his partner Adi, are both from Puebla, México. His loving and happy family, which includes his two-year old daughter, was torn apart by ICE, who had gone to their home several times looking for someone who used to live at that address. Having no luck finding that person, they arrested Ricardo instead. He was taken to the Contra Costa detention center and remained there for a month. 

During that time, Ricardo explains how hopeless he felt being imprisoned all day with very little human contact. The day he was detained by ICE, Adi immediately looked for an attorney who could help her get him out. Unfortunately, the attorney she paid thousands of dollars to did little to nothing to help Ricardo. Not willing to give up, she came for a free consultation at SIREN to find the help she needed.  

 Adi was attended by SIREN Staff Attorney Grey, who she says she immediately trusted. That same day, she decided to allow Grey to take over the case instead of the attorney she had hired. Ricardo’s wife says it's the best decision she could have made. In one month, Grey managed to release Ricardo from detention and reunite him with his family. Both Ricardo and his wife are very grateful with the professionalism and trustworthiness Grey demonstrated throughout the case. They are also very thankful to SIREN for being a place of hope for all immigrants and refugees in the most desperate of times.

SIREN’S YOUTH FELLOWS: GET TO KNOW THEM

MEET YOUTH FELLOW DENISSE

 

"Hello, everyone! My name is Denisse Velázquez. I’m a senior at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. I’m a Latin American Studies and History double major. I was born and raised in the South Bay, so I’m very excited to be back home for the summer. I’m especially happy to be working with SIREN again, as a Summer Fellow.  

I first got involved with SIREN in 2016 when I participated in the Summer Youth Leadership Institute in 2016. This summer I have the honor of coming back to support with the curriculum and coordination of the Summer Youth Liberation Institute. My focus will be to build the political education portion of the program, which is a deep passion of mine and I’m really looking forward to growing and learning alongside this year’s participants!"


 

MEET POLICY FELLOW NITHYA

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SIREN is pleased to have Nithya as a Policy Fellow this summer, helping us track immigration-related policy and litigation at the local, state, and federal levels. She also researches and develops community education tools on issues relevant to immigrants and refugees. 

Nithya has been with SIREN for over a year, starting out as a youth leader. She is a recent high school graduate from BASIS Independent Silicon Valley. During her senior year of high school, she completed a project researching the impact post-9/11 immigration policy had on the lives of immigrants. Nithya will be attending Tufts University in the fall, where she plans to major in International Relations and hopes to pursue immigration-related work in the future. Nithya's parents immigrated from India, and she was born and raised in San Jose. She speaks Tamil and Hindi at home. 

ABOUT YOUTH FELLOW HARMON

 

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“I am currently a first generation college student at Fresno State. This is my third year at Fresno State studying Biology and minoring in Gerontology and Chemistry. My ultimate goal is to become a physician. I would like to return and serve in the Central Valley in order to reduce the health disparities that are present. In my SIREN Fellowship Program, I am working on a photo-documentary of South Asian elders who immigrated to the U.S and telling their stories of living and building their lives in the Central Valley and the current health challenges they are facing given the current political climate. I hope to use the knowledge I gain to empower my community and those around me.”


SIREN welcomes all of the amazing young people who are part of our movement. Thank you for inspiring us and being the change you want to see in the world!

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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Visit SIREN’s WEBSITE and FACEBOOK PAGE for a listing of upcoming events and legal assistance workshops throughout the communities we serve. 

 

 

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Este verano ha estado lleno de inquietud a medida que inmigrantes y refugiados continúan siendo aterrorizados por todo el país. Los grupos de derechos de los inmigrantes siguen pidiendo a los legisladores que defiendan lo que es justo: la protección de los inmigrantes que huyen de la violencia, el hambre y otras circunstancias extremas. Mientras que las cámaras de televisión captaron la reunificación de algunos niños detenidos, hay innumerables personas de todas las edades detenidas en centros de detención que necesitan nuestra ayuda. La historia nos llama a todos a comprometernos de maneras nuevas y diferentes, para que juntos podamos cambiar la marea hacia la justicia. 

Te invitamos a unirte a nuestros esfuerzos para proteger a los inmigrantes y refugiados en California haciendo una DONACIÓNhoy. Su contribución nos permitirá brindar la defensa legal necesaria a las personas de nuestra comunidad. Gracias por su consideración.


En este boletín también aprenderá sobre nuestro trabajo en el Censo de EE. UU., la historia de una familia reunida, y conocerá a algunos de los jóvenes increíbles que componen SIREN. Gracias por su apoyo continuo.

Con amor y justicia,
Maricela Gutiérrez


 

CENSO DE ESTADOS UNIDOS: SIREN ASEGURÁNDOSE QUE TODOS CUENTEN

 

Un recuento preciso de la población de los EE. UU. constituye la base de muchas decisiones políticas, económicas y sociales importantes, que a menudo se pasan por alto, que afectan nuestras vidas cotidianas. Es por eso que las organizaciones comunitarias como SIREN están comenzando a prepararse para el Censo, para que todas nuestras comunidades sean contadas.

En asociación con el Condado de Santa Clara y Silicon Valley Community Foundation, los jóvenes voluntarios de SIREN se embarcaron en una campaña de actualización local de direcciones para el Censo (LUCA o Local Update Census Addresses) en junio para explorar vecindarios en Gilroy, Morgan Hill, áreas no incorporadas de San Martín y la ciudad de Santa Clara. Nuestros voluntarios fueron a más de 50 vecindarios identificando viviendas no convencionales en propiedades de viviendas unifamiliares donde las personas o familias podrían estar viviendo para sumarse al conteo del Censo. ¡Gracias a nuestros voluntarios!

TOMAR ACCIÓN PARA OPONERSE A LA PREGUNTA DE CIUDADANÍA EN EL CENSO 2020

 

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En marzo, el Secretario de Comercio Wilbur Ross anunció que había ordenado a la Oficina del Censo que agregara una pregunta no probada e innecesaria al formulario del Censo 2020, que solicitaría el estado de ciudadanía de cada persona en los Estados Unidos. ¡La lucha para mantener la pregunta de ciudadanía fuera del Censo 2020 ha comenzado!

Históricamente, el Censo ha omitido ciertas comunidades a tasas desproporcionadamente altas. Agregar una nueva pregunta de ciudadanía pondrá en peligro la precisión del censo al disuadir a muchas personas, que ya son "difíciles de contar", de responder.

Tómese unos minutos para contribuir a medidas para mantener la pregunta de ciudadanía FUERA del formulario del Censo 2020. El período de comentarios está abierto hasta el 7 de agosto.

Envíe un comentario individual. Necesitamos mostrar la amplitud de las voces en oposición a la pregunta sobre de la ciudadanía. Puede enviar un comentario único AQUÍ

MANTENER FAMILIAS JUNTAS: LA HISTORIA DE RICARDO

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Ricardo y su pareja, Adi, son de Puebla, México. Su amorosa y feliz familia, que incluye a su hija de dos años, fue destrozada por ICE, quien había ido a su casa varias veces buscando a alguien que solía vivir en esa dirección. Al no tener suerte para encontrar a esa persona, arrestaron a Ricardo en su lugar. Fue llevado al centro de detención de Contra Costa y permaneció allí durante un mes.

Durante ese tiempo, Ricardo explica que se sintió desesperado al estar encarcelado todo el día con muy poco contacto humano. El día que fue detenido por ICE, Adi buscó de inmediato a un abogado que pudiera ayudarla. Desafortunadamente, el abogado al que le pagó miles de dólares hizo poco o nada para ayudar a Ricardo. Adi no estaba dispuesta a darse por vencida y vino a una consulta gratuita en SIREN para encontrar la ayuda que necesitaba.

La abogada de SIREN Grey asistió a Adi, quien dice que ella confió de inmediato. Ese mismo día, ella decidió permitir que Grey asumiera el caso en lugar del abogado que había contratado. La esposa de Ricardo dice que es la mejor decisión que pudo haber tomado. En un mes, Grey logró liberar a Ricardo de la detención y reunirlo con su familia. Tanto Ricardo como su esposa están muy agradecidos con el profesionalismo y la confiabilidad que Grey demostró a lo largo del caso. También están muy agradecidos con SIREN por ser un lugar de esperanza para todos los inmigrantes y refugiados en los momentos más desesperados.


 

JÓVENES BECARIOS DE SIREN/YOUTH FELLOWS: CONÓZCALOS

CONOZCA LA BECARIA/YOUTH FELLOW DENISSE

 

"Hola a todos! Mi nombre es Denisse Velázquez. Soy estudiante de último año en Smith College en Northampton, Massachusetts. Soy estudiante de doble titulación en Historia y Estudios Latinoamericanos. Nací y crecí en el sur de la bahía, así que estoy muy emocionada de estar de vuelta en casa durante el verano. Estoy especialmente feliz de trabajar de nuevo con SIREN como Summer Fellow.

“Primero participé con SIREN en el Summer Youth Leadership Institute en 2016. Este verano tengo el honor de volver a apoyar el plan de estudios y la coordinación del Summer Youth Liberation Institute. Mi enfoque será construir la porción de educación política del programa, que es una gran pasión mía. ¡Estoy ansiosa por crecer y aprender junto a los participantes de este año! "


 

CONOZCA LA BECARIA/FELLOW DE POLÍTICAS NITHYA

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SIREN se complace en contar con Nithya como Becaria de Políticas este verano, ayudándonos a rastrear las políticas y litigios relacionados con la inmigración a nivel local, estatal y federal. También investiga y desarrolla herramientas de educación comunitaria sobre temas relevantes para inmigrantes y refugiados.

Nithya ha estado con SIREN por más de un año, comenzando como líder juvenil. Ella se graduó recientemente de BASIS Independent Silicon Valley. Durante su último año de escuela secundaria, completó un proyecto que investiga el impacto que las políticas de inmigración posterior al 11 de septiembre tuvo en la vida de los inmigrantes. Nithya asistirá a la Universidad de Tufts en el otoño, donde planea especializarse en Relaciones Internacionales y espera continuar con el trabajo relacionado con la inmigración en el futuro. Los padres de Nithya emigraron de la India y ella nació y se crió en San José. Ella habla tamil e hindi en casa.


 

ACERCA DE BECARIA/YOUTH FELLOW HARMON

 

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"Actualmente soy una estudiante universitaria de primera generación en Fresno State. Este es mi tercer año en Fresno State estudiando Biología y especialización en Gerontología y Química. Mi objetivo final es convertirme en médico para regresar y servir en el Valle Central a fin de reducir las disparidades de salud que están presentes. En mi Programa de Becas SIREN estoy trabajando en un documental fotográfico de ancianos del sur de Asia que inmigraron a los EE. UU. Cuentan sus historias de vida y cómo construyeron sus vidas en el Valle Central, incluyendo los actuales desafíos de salud que enfrentan dado el clima político actual. Espero utilizar el conocimiento que obtengo para empoderar a mi comunidad y a quienes me rodean."


SIREN da la bienvenida a todos los jóvenes increíbles que son parte de nuestro movimiento. ¡Gracias por inspirarnos y ser el cambio que quieres ver en el mundo!

CALENDARIO DE EVENTOS

Visite EL SITIO DE WEB DE SIREN  y la página de FACEBOOK para obtener una lista de los próximos eventos y talleres de asistencia legal en todas las comunidades a las que prestamos servicios.

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SIREN Statement Condemns Trump Administration on Failure to Meet Deadline to Reunite Families

SIREN Condemns the Trump Administration for Failing to Meet Family Reunification Deadline

Failure to meet the deadline has have left over a thousand children waiting to be reunited

Services, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN) condemns the Trump administration today for not meeting the court-ordered deadline to reunite migrant children separated from their parents by July 26, 2018.

“This administration’s sole intent with these atrocious policies is to harm immigrant families,” said SIREN Executive Director,  Maricela Gutiérrez. “There are still over a thousand children still in agony and waiting to be reunited.”

As of earlier this week, over 1,500 families had been potentially cleared for reunification but have not been reunited. The administration reported that they have reunited just 34% of children separated from their families.

“This is another link in the chain in Trump’s anti-immigrant agenda,” said Gutiérrez. “These policies of separating immigrant children are bigoted and promote hatred. We won’t stand for this.”

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SIREN’s mission is to empower low-income immigrants and refugees through community education and organizing, leadership development, policy advocacy, civic engagement  and legal services. We believe that all people regardless of legal status or nationality are entitled to essential services, human dignity, basic rights and protections, and access to full participation in society.



Maricela Gutiérrez - Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network
http://siren.nationbuilder.com/

Donate to SIREN and give the gift of opportunity.
The opportunity to LEAD. DREAM. VOTE.