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Jose Juan, Father of 5, Asks for Sanctuary in Chicago Southside Church
On Day Supreme Court Hears DAPA

Inability to Find a Ten Year Old Documents Puts Family in Jeopardy

Chicago, IL – Jose Juan Federico Moreno, a father of 5 United States citizen children, announced today that he will be seeking sanctuary from deportation in University Church on Chicago’s South Side, on the same day that the Supreme Court of the United States begins to hear arguments on the President’s deferred action program to stop the deportation of parents of U.S. citizens. Read more

“We Open Our Doors to Today’s Josephs and Marys Despite ICE’s Plan to Deport them”

Sanctuary Movement leaders who have offered their congregations as spaces of refuge for immigrants facing deportation are outraged by the news that Immigration Customs and Enforcement and the Department of Homeland Security plans to conduct raids targeting families who have fled violence and persecution in Central America.

Faith leaders from many traditions remind our decision makers that the story of Christmas the birth of Jesus, a child born in a stable, whose refugee family then fled the political violence that could have killed him as a baby. Read more