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Angelica Salas, CHIRLA’s Executive Director called into Cafe Con Leche

Angelica Salas, Directora Ejecutiva de la Coalición por los Derechos Humanos de los Inmigrantes de Los Ángeles (CHIRLA), llamó a Cafe Con Leche el viernes 24 de febrero de 2017.
Angélica proporcionó información sobre cómo los indocumentados que viven en California pueden ejercer sus derechos. Ella les aconseja que no abran la puerta a ICE (Immigration and Customer Enforcement), si no presentan una orden firmada por un juez, que tenga su nombre y dirección en ella. Angélica indicó que sería extremadamente caro deportar a los 11 millones de indocumentados que ahora viven en los Estados Unidos. Ella cree que esta nueva estrategia de las administraciones es aterrorizar a la población y empujarlos a abandonar voluntariamente el país. Angélica recomendó no firmar ninguna forma; No aceptar la deportación voluntaria y pedir contacto con su abogado y el consulado de su país. Ella recomienda, que si califican, se conviertan en ciudadanos estadounidenses tan pronto como sea posible. Anglica nos invitó a participar en el rally del 1 de mayo. Ella sugiere que todos pidan permiso a los empleadores para tener ese día libre.

Angelica Salas, Executive Director of Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights Los Angeles (CHIRLA), called into Cafe Con Leche on Friday, February 24, 2017.   Angelica provided information on how undocumented people living in the California can exercise their rights. She advice them not to open the door to ICE (Immigration and Customer Enforecement) if they do not present an order signed by a judge, with their name and address on it. Angelica indicated that it would be extremely expensive to deport the 11 million undocumented people now living in the United States. She believes that this new administrations’ strategy is to terrify the population and push them to voluntarily leave the Country . Angelica recommended not to sign any form; not accept volunteer deportation and ask to contact their Attorney and the Consulate of their country. She recommend they become an American citizen as soon as possible, if they qualify. Anglica invited us to participate in the May 1 rally. She suggest everyone ask for permission from employers to have that day off.

 

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