|National Immigrant Solidarity
Monthly Action Digest
DREAM ACT Petitions - WE Need Your Final Push!
Support the Undocumented Students, Sign the DREAM Act Petitions!
We had passed the deadline for the DREAM Acts petition, but we are still try to correct few more petitions to send to the Washington, DC to ask the government and Prez Bush to support the DREAM Acts!
I hope anyone who didn't had sign-in the petition PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE FORUM from above links and sign and send back to us before Friday, April 9th! See Action 1
Second, Immigrant Unity Conference and Immigrant-workers Day at upcoming Republican National Convention Mobilization at New York City, August 29 - September 4. Called by National Immigrant Solidarity Network and several other groups. See Action 2
Third, we would like to ask groups who joined the National Immigrant Solidarity Network, to ask your organization to formally to endorse the ISN and send us endorsement fees. See Action 3
Finally, We are beginning to compile the April issue of the U.S. Immigration Alert! Newsletter, if you missed the March issue, please download from the following link: http://www.actionla.org/ISN/Newsletter/March%2004%20Issue.pdf
We need your article, information, announcements and subscriptions to support the newsletter! See Action 4
Lee Siu Hin
Download Links for the Petition
Join us in our efforts to collect 65,000 petitions for President Bush urging him to support the DREAM Act (S.1545) and Student Adjustment Act (H.R. 1684) which are pending legislation that would help legalize undocumented students so that they can have access to a fair college education.
Many undocumented students find colleges and universities doors closed to them because of their immigration status after graduation. These are longtime residents of this country who have grown up and have made the United States their home. They have dreams of becoming professionals in their communities like lawyers, doctors, etc., and have the grades and 4.0GPAs to help them, but because of their immigration status, they are hardly encouraged and have little resources to continue a higher education. Thus, many students are forced to abandon their dreams and hopes of a career. How can we throw away such talented and gifted students?
By supporting student legalization, we are investing in communities that would eventually benefit from the careers that these students are pursuing. Our communities cannot afford to be ignoring these students anymore. By collecting 65,000 petitions, one for every undocumented student that graduates every year, we will be one step closer to getting the DREAM Campaign passed this year.
Mailing address for the petition:
Called by National Immigrant Solidarity Network and several other groups, it'll be the fist major event for the ISN and immigrant activism for the 2004, we are asking people can mark your calendar who can come to the meeting, the exact day and loacl still to be determine but will be announce by mid-April and the first planning conference call by late April.
If you are interest to help the conference please send me a e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to ask groups who joined the National Immigrant Solidarity Network, to ask your organization to formally to endorse the ISN and send us endorsement fees (please download the enclosed forum or go http://www.actionla.org/ISN/Endorsement.doc), and ask your organization if you are interests to participate the planning for the proposed National Immigrant Unity Meeting during Republican National Convention mobilization at the end of the August, 2004 on New York City.
Make check payable to: ISN/SEE all donations are tax deductible! and mail to:
National Immigrant Solidarity Network
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