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|March 12-13: National Immigrant Rights Advocacy Days Statement
Released 22 March 2007  By National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
March 12-13: National Immigrant Rights Advocacy Days Statement
The National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights is partnering with the American Friends Service Committee to organize National Immigrant Rights Advocacy Days on Monday and Tuesday, March 12 & 13, 2007.
Participants will be visiting legislative offices, participating in a congressional briefing, media activities, and networking to promote our principles and proposals for immigration reform that is fair and just. We will be placing a spotlight on critical immigrant rights issues and developments on the ground throughout the country.
Our priority messages include:
-- Support for legalization for all undocumented immigrants.
-- No indefinite detention or expansion of mandatory detention.
-- No expansion of guest worker programs.
-- Strengthening of and enforcement of labor law protections for all workers, native and foreign born.
-- Preservation of due process, including restoration of access to the courts and meaningful judicial review.
-- De-militarization of the borders.
-- Expansion of legal immigration opportunities, family reunification and expedited processing of the backlog of pending visa application.
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