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“The time is now for all of us. All of us writing you this letter are in deportation proceedings. We have faced our worst fears and refused to let them conquer us. We are still here, still fighting, and still determined to win, not just for ourselves, but for all of us. We say “Ni Uno Más / Not One More.” As we fight our own deportation cases and build for a stop to deportations as the first step on the path to our political equality, we are asking you to accompany us. We ask that you produce art that illustrates both the hidden horrors of deportation and the untapped force of our community.
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Sí Se Puede DHS Rulemaking Petition to Halt Deportations

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The National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON), together with individual petitioners, has submitted a rule making petition to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) seeking a temporary suspension of deportations for the millions of undocumented immigrants who would likely benefit from near–term congressional action on immigration.

The petition requests that DHS issue a rule granting deferred action status to such immigrants. Like the Department’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, the petition requests temporary deferred action to shield immigrants from deportation and to provide work authorization, but for a much larger class of individuals.

Support to the Rulemaking Petition:
Would you or your organization be affected by a suspension of deportations? Register your name and a statement of interest in the comment box and NDLON will compile all responses and submit them as a supplement to add all the interested individuals and organizations as petitioners.



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