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Dreamer Near Deportation, Please Help! His Name is MINH



Dreamer in Trouble

Your Help Could Make the Difference!


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This young Dreamer has been through the gauntlet!  Minhaz’s father lost his asylum case, reportedly as a result of ineffective assistance of counsel.  On november 4th, Minhaz was required to wear an ankle bracelet.  He has been ordered to present a one way plane ticket back to Bangladesh, a city many of us might like to visit.  Even Minhaz.   But just visit.  The Dream student has not been there for 20 years!



Please take the following action:

CALL:  Department of Homeland Security,

and ask if Janet is there.  You know, the x-Arizona governor, Janet Napolitano?  Her number is 202.282.8495.


Please also call John Morton and ask him to enforce the terms of his memorandum to ICE in which he required ICE to review current Dream Act Student cases for deferred action!

John Morton (202.732.3000)

As a suggested script, “Hi, I am calling to ask that DREAM-ACT eligible student Minhaz Khan whose alien identification number is A- 70663420, be allowed to stay in the United States.  This Dreamer came to the US when he was only four years old!  His father was deported, and was subsequently murdred as a result of his political affiliations.  Let me tell you about Minhaz.  He is a college graduate and wants to make a difference in the US.  After all, this is his home.  Please don’t deport this bright young man!”


You can also sign the petiton:


Will any of this make a difference?  One thing is sure!  If you don’t call, nothing will change!  We need your support, a Dreamer needs your help, America needs your voice!


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Dream Act Students


Please make the call that may change the life of young Minhaz Khan!



Deporting Dream Act Students is the same as deporting our future!


The following senators are co-sponsors of the Dream Act:



Sen Feingold, Russell D. [WI] – 3/26/2009
Sen Kennedy, Edward M. [MA] – 3/26/2009
Sen Leahy, Patrick J. [VT] – 3/26/2009
Sen Lieberman, Joseph I. [CT] – 3/26/2009
Sen Lugar, Richard G. [IN] – 3/26/2009
Sen Martinez, Mel [FL] – 3/26/2009
Sen Reid, Harry [NV] – 3/26/2009
Sen Bingaman, Jeff [NM] – 3/30/2009
Sen Boxer, Barbara [CA] – 3/30/2009
Sen Dodd, Christopher J. [CT] – 3/30/2009
Sen Feinstein, Dianne [CA] – 3/30/2009
Sen Gillibrand, Kirsten E. [NY] – 3/31/2009
Sen Harkin, Tom [IA] – 3/31/2009
Sen Kerry, John F. [MA] – 3/30/2009
Sen Menendez, Robert [NJ] – 3/30/2009
Sen Murray, Patty [WA] – 3/30/2009
Sen Nelson, Bill [FL] – 3/30/2009
Sen Whitehouse, Sheldon [RI] – 3/30/2009
Sen Schumer, Charles E. [NY] – 4/2/2009
Sen Cantwell, Maria [WA] – 4/22/2009
Sen Udall, Mark [CO] – 4/29/2009
Sen Inouye, Daniel K. [HI] – 6/25/2009
Sen Sanders, Bernard [VT] – 9/21/2009
Sen Bennet, Michael F. [CO] – 9/24/2009
Sen Cardin, Benjamin L. [MD] – 9/30/2009
Sen Franken, Al [MN] – 10/5/2009
Sen Specter, Arlen [PA] – 10/14/2009
Sen Kaufman, Edward E. [DE] – 10/15/2009
Sen Levin, Carl [MI] – 10/20/2009
Sen Kohl, Herb [WI] – 11/4/2009


co-sponsors House:

Rep Pastor, Ed [AZ-4] – 4/27/2009
Rep Grijalva, Raul M. [AZ-7] – 3/31/2009
Rep Woolsey, Lynn C. [CA-6] – 4/22/2009
Rep Miller, George [CA-7] – 5/14/2009
Rep Lee, Barbara [CA-9] – 4/21/2009
Rep Stark, Fortney Pete [CA-13] – 4/22/2009
Rep Eshoo, Anna G. [CA-14] – 4/21/2009
Rep Honda, Michael M. [CA-15] – 5/13/2009
Rep Lofgren, Zoe [CA-16] – 3/26/2009
Rep Farr, Sam [CA-17] – 3/31/2009
Rep Nunes, Devin [CA-21] – 3/26/2009
Rep Capps, Lois [CA-23] – 3/31/2009
Rep Schiff, Adam B. [CA-29] – 6/9/2009
Rep Waxman, Henry A. [CA-30] – 5/14/2009
Rep Becerra, Xavier [CA-31] – 10/21/2009
Rep Chu, Judy [CA-32] – 9/8/2009
Rep Watson, Diane E. [CA-33] – 5/7/2009
Rep Roybal-Allard, Lucille [CA-34] – 3/26/2009
Rep Waters, Maxine [CA-35] – 6/23/2009
Rep Harman, Jane [CA-36] – 5/7/2009
Rep Napolitano, Grace F. [CA-38] – 7/28/2009
Rep Sanchez, Linda T. [CA-39] – 3/31/2009
Rep Filner, Bob [CA-51] – 3/31/2009
Rep Davis, Susan A. [CA-53] – 4/21/2009
Rep DeGette, Diana [CO-1] – 9/14/2009
Rep Polis, Jared [CO-2] – 3/26/2009
Rep DeLauro, Rosa L. [CT-3] – 5/14/2009
Rep Brown, Corrine [FL-3] – 7/15/2009
Rep Castor, Kathy [FL-11] – 4/30/2009
Rep Meek, Kendrick B. [FL-17] – 4/22/2009
Rep Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana [FL-18] – 3/26/2009
Rep Wasserman Schultz, Debbie [FL-20] – 4/21/2009
Rep Diaz-Balart, Lincoln [FL-21] – 3/26/2009
Rep Hastings, Alcee L. [FL-23] – 9/8/2009
Rep Diaz-Balart, Mario [FL-25] – 3/26/2009
Rep Abercrombie, Neil [HI-1] – 7/28/2009
Rep Rush, Bobby L. [IL-1] – 10/20/2009
Rep Jackson, Jesse L., Jr. [IL-2] – 5/5/2009
Rep Quigley, Mike [IL-5] – 4/30/2009
Rep Davis, Danny K. [IL-7] – 5/7/2009
Rep Schakowsky, Janice D. [IL-9] – 4/21/2009
Rep Carson, Andre [IN-7] – 4/22/2009
Rep Cao, Anh “Joseph” [LA-2] – 3/26/2009
Rep Olver, John W. [MA-1] – 5/7/2009
Rep Neal, Richard E. [MA-2] – 7/14/2009
Rep McGovern, James P. [MA-3] – 6/19/2009
Rep Frank, Barney [MA-4] – 6/19/2009
Rep Tsongas, Niki [MA-5] – 7/28/2009
Rep Tierney, John F. [MA-6] – 7/9/2009
Rep Markey, Edward J. [MA-7] – 6/8/2009
Rep Capuano, Michael E. [MA-8] – 3/31/2009
Rep Lynch, Stephen F. [MA-9] – 6/25/2009
Rep Delahunt, Bill [MA-10] – 7/10/2009
Rep Sarbanes, John P. [MD-3] – 7/15/2009
Rep Cummings, Elijah E. [MD-7] – 6/2/2009
Rep Kilpatrick, Carolyn C. [MI-13] – 10/28/2009
Rep Conyers, John, Jr. [MI-14] – 3/26/2009
Rep Ellison, Keith [MN-5] – 6/2/2009
Rep Clay, Wm. Lacy [MO-1] – 5/7/2009
Rep Cleaver, Emanuel [MO-5] – 4/21/2009
Rep Price, David E. [NC-4] – 7/9/2009
Rep Watt, Melvin L. [NC-12] – 9/15/2009
Rep Rothman, Steven R. [NJ-9] – 5/20/2009
Rep Heinrich, Martin [NM-1] – 9/8/2009
Rep Holt, Rush D. [NJ-12] – 4/21/2009
Rep Israel, Steve [NY-2] – 4/21/2009
Rep McCarthy, Carolyn [NY-4] – 3/31/2009
Rep Ackerman, Gary L. [NY-5] – 3/31/2009
Rep Meeks, Gregory W. [NY-6] – 5/20/2009
Rep Crowley, Joseph [NY-7] – 5/7/2009
Rep Nadler, Jerrold [NY-8] – 6/23/2009
Rep Weiner, Anthony D. [NY-9] – 4/21/2009
Rep Towns, Edolphus [NY-10] – 5/19/2009
Rep Clarke, Yvette D. [NY-11] – 5/7/2009
Rep Maloney, Carolyn B. [NY-14] – 6/23/2009
Rep Rangel, Charles B. [NY-15] – 7/9/2009
Rep Serrano, Jose E. [NY-16] – 4/21/2009
Rep Engel, Eliot L. [NY-17] – 3/31/2009
Rep Lowey, Nita M. [NY-18] – 5/20/2009
Rep Maffei, Daniel B. [NY-25] – 5/20/2009
Rep Berkley, Shelley [NV-1] – 6/10/2009
Rep Wu, David [OR-1] – 4/22/2009
Rep Blumenauer, Earl [OR-3] – 6/23/2009
Rep Fattah, Chaka [PA-2] – 4/21/2009
Rep Kennedy, Patrick J. [RI-1] – 5/7/2009
Rep Langevin, James R. [RI-2] – 5/7/2009
Rep Cohen, Steve [TN-9] – 11/3/2009
Rep Hinojosa, Ruben [TX-15] – 3/31/2009
Rep Reyes, Silvestre [TX-16] – 4/23/2009
Rep Jackson-Lee, Sheila [TX-18] – 6/2/2009
Rep Gonzalez, Charles A. [TX-20] – 3/31/2009
Rep Rodriguez, Ciro D. [TX-23] – 6/10/2009
Rep Ortiz, Solomon P. [TX-27] – 4/21/2009
Rep Johnson, Eddie Bernice [TX-30] – 4/30/2009
Rep Larsen, Rick [WA-2] – 6/19/2009
Rep McDermott, Jim [WA-7] – 6/2/2009
Rep Smith, Adam [WA-9] – 6/23/2009
Rep Baldwin, Tammy [WI-2] – 9/8/2009

Rep Moore, Gwen [WI-4] – 4/30/2009
Rep Moran, James P. [VA-8] – 9/24/2009

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Obama Brings Nation Closer To Immigration Reform



The President Grants


Temporary Relief To


Dream Act Students


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Students of undocumented immigrants have a new lease on life after the Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano, issued a letter indicating the Obama Administration has used it’s executive authority to change the way some classes of deportation cases will be handled, including those who qualify for the proposed Dream Act currently in front of Congress.

Currently, immigrants can ask federal prosecutors in charge of deportation cases to use their discretion in the prosecution of the case.   Where the prosecutor uses his discretion, the immigrant is not deported.  In order to qualify, an immigrant in removal proceedings must show he is not a risk to the security interests of the US and where hardships exist.  The term discretion is appropriate because only some prosecutors have elected to refrain from insisting upon the removal of the individual.  Each case is carefully reviewed and no exact standard exists for granting of relief.

Today, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says it will develop new criteria to identify deportation cases that likely qualify for prosecutorial discretion.  The Department will use “positive factors” in determining who will qualify for prosecutorial discretion and who will not.  Those factors will include how long the person has been present in the US,  whether the immigrant is a child, an elderly person, a veteran and those with serious health problems or disabilities.

While the Napolitano letter will help students who were brought here as children, hence should not suffer the consequence of deportation, it does not necessarily provide legal status for the individual who is granted relief from deportation.  Work documents and driver’s licenses will may still be difficult to obtain.

Anti-immigration opponents insist the Obama Administration has granted “amnesty” to the undocumented youth and other low-priority deportation cases.

Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) remains a priority for the nation if it is to resolve the matter of 12 million undocumented immigrants.  Behind each immigrant is another four to five US citizen family members.  Behind the approximate 60 million undocumented immigrants and US citizen family members is the faith and credibility of a nation which claims to be based upon notions of equality and justice for all, a nation made by and maintained by immigrants.


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Mohammad Abdollahi Asks Help For Andy Mathe, Dreamer Detained

Andy Mathe


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“One, two, three o’clock four o’clock rock.  We are going to rock, rock rock tonight.”  While the words to the song sound great, there won’t be any rocking for Andy Mathe.   Immigration detention is not a place where things rock.  Rather, it is a place where time stands still, where futures are unsure, where loss of liberty and unpleasant living conditions are tolerated on the chance justice will finally be done.   That is where Andy is tonight, waiting to find out what his future will be in an ICE prison.

The Mathe family fled to Atlanta, Georgia, from Rwanda, South Africa.  Life takes on a different meaning in Rwanda.  Perhaps better said, life has little meaning if you don’t walk on the popular side of the political sidewalk.   where they kill people who don’t side with current political ideas.  After family members received death threats, they came to the US and asked for Asylum.


Rescue Children At Risk


Making a case out for asylum is not as easy as it might sound.  Nothing is automatic, and many people don’t qualify.  Or at least that is what the judge says, and the judge almost always gets his way.

Andy Mathe is still in jail, ICE is currently reviewing his case and will soon decide whether he’ll be deported back to Africa where he could be killed, or returned to the safety of his family in Atlanta, Georgia.

Call ICE: Demand Safety for Mathe Family

The family needs your help, we need to convince ICE they need to grant deferred action for the family.  Please make a call to ICE for the Mathe family, your 30 second call can be the difference we need:

“I am calling to ask that Andy Mathe (A#88-488-386) and his family be allowed to stay. If deported the entire family could be killed, please grant deferred action for the Mathe Family, their life is in danger.”

Janet Napolitano: 202-282-8495

John Morton: 202-732-3000

If you need any additional motivation please check out this video of Hope pleading for support for her son, Andy.

Thank you,

Mohammad Abdollahi
co-founder of DreamActivist.org


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