TPS, DACA and DED holders and advocates hold Senate briefing on country conditions along migrant corridor and urge Congress to create pathways to permanent status

PRESS STATEMENT

For Immediate Release

TPS, DACA and DED holders and advocates hold Senate briefing on country conditions along migrant corridor and urge Congress to create pathways to permanent status

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Juan Rivera juan@carecensf.og

Yari Aquino: alianza@berlinrosen.com

 

September 5, 2019. Washington, DC – CARECEN San Francisco, CARECEN DC, Alianza Americas, the Bay Area TPS Committee, CASA, 32BJ SEIU, East Bay Sanctuary Covenant, African Advocacy Network, the Black Alliance for Just Immigration, OXFAM, Latin America Working Group, FANM and TPS, DED and DACA beneficiaries land on Washington, DC to hold a Press Conference followed by Congressional Visits to give testimony and call on lawmakers to create a path to permanent status now!
CARECEN San Francisco, organization leading this effort, and CARECEN DC are part of the Alianza Americas network.

PRESS CONFERENCE
WHAT: Speakers: Members of Congress, Leading Immigration Advocates, TPS, DACA, DED holders and Western Hemisphere Policy Experts will provide testimony and call on lawmakers to create a path to permanent status now!

WHEN: September 9, 2019 at 11:30am

WHERE: Zone 10, East side of U.S. Capitol building, across from the Library of Congress on First Street SE

CONGRESSIONAL VISITS

WHAT: TPS, DED and DACA beneficiaries will urge lawmakers to take action NOW to create a path towards permanent status.

WHEN: September 9-10, 2019 All Day
WHERE: Halls of Congress

CARECEN SF empowers and responds to the needs, rights and aspirations of Latino, immigrant, and under-resourced families in the San Francisco Bay Area — building leadership to pursue self-determination and justice. Rooted in its cultural strengths and inspired by the Central American justice struggles, CARECEN SF envisions our diverse immigrant community as thriving; where families prosper, build effective community institutions, and participate confidently in civic life. Learn more about our history and work at www.carecensf.org.

Alianza Americas is a network of 50 immigrant-led organizations representing more than 100,000 families across the United States. It is the only US-based organization rooted in Latino and Caribbean immigrant communities that works transnationally to create an inclusive, equitable, and sustainable way of life. Learn more at alianzaamericas.org.

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