Un Dia Sin Fronteras

La Injusticia Para Uno Es La Injusticia Para Todos!

Sergio Garcia Con El Abogado Tim Paynter en Un Dia Sin Fronteras

Como nacer un abogado?  Se debe ser un ciudano?

 Sergio Garcia esta en la lucha para recibir su licencia a

practicar como un abogado, pero no lo tiene todos los

documentos estar una ciudano.  Aparece bien?

 


Sergio Garcia con Luis Gutierrez

 

Un Dia Sin Fronteras

 

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Tim Paynter

1150 AM Radio

Denver, Colorado

Medio Dia, Lunes, Noviembre 18, 2013

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Fair Immigration Reform Colorado Bus Tour FIRM and CIRC


A Bus Tour to learn how to pass the message of immigration reform in the US!

 

 

Join the Fair Immigration Reform Movement and youths from around the country in telling America why immigration reform is ripe for change now!

 



1. Keep families together, rather than shred the bond between parent and child;

2. Immigrants contribute significant money to the economy. You don’t have to know an immigrant to benefit from immigrant tax and spending revenue;

3. Immigrants contribute significant innovations to the country. Google, for example, might be a Russian innovation if the co-founder was deported.

4. Fundamental fairness has to apply to all people to keep America fair. We cannot say we are a just people when we treat others harshly.

5. Comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) will make our nation safer by identifying people within our borders.

Please call your senator and representative and ask him or her to support immigration reform. Please contact an immigrant organization near you and ask them to give a speech in your organization.

 

 

Thanks to Denver City Councilman Paul Lopez, Senator Michael Bennet, Senator John McCain, Representatives Diana DeGette, Jared Polis and Luis Gutierrez for taking the leadership on immigration reform.

Thanks to the Colorado Immigrants Rights Coalition, Rights For All People, Padres y Jovenes Unidos, One Colorado, SEIU Colorado and many other organizations which support immigration reform, because it is the right thing to do!

 


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Marlon Arboleada Asked To Surrender To ICE, Stop Deportation Of Dreamer

Colombian Nationals, Brothers

 

In Deportation

 

 Mauro Arboleda granted deferred action; Marlon Arboleda  waits his fate.

The Arboleda brothers, Mauro and Marlon, came to the US from Colombia to escape violence in the huge country poised at the tip of South America.  The year 2004 was a bad one for those who lived in a country stricken by a civil war for years.   In fear for their lives, the brothers fled Colombia for the United States.  In 2007, the brothers filed for asylum, claiming their lives would be at risk if they were returned to Colombia.

A few weeks ago, Mauro, who tutors students, was stopped by ICE while on the way to give a lesson.  ICE had been setting up roadblocks near the house and stopped the Colombian immigrant.  Despite having a license, he was detained.  After hearing news of the event, brother Marlon refused to leave the house.  Living in fear is something nearly all immigrants share in common.  However, Marlon was especially fearful.

 

 

Arboleda Brothers, deportation, ICE, asylumCommunity protest in support of the Arboleda Brothers

Recently, ICE granted Mauro deferred status, meaning he can stay in the country for a longer time.  Why not?  This is a brilliant honors student who graduated from the University of Houston with a BA in finance and a minor in global energy management.  The eager student wants to continue his studies and plans to take the GRE exam, a requirement for students who seek advanced degrees.  Mauro wants to study mechanical engineering at the University of Houston.

Now it is Marlon’s turn.  ICE has asked him to turn himself in assuring the youth he will be granted deferred status, as well.  Why the youth must subject himself to ICE detention if the agency plans to grant him deferred status remains to be seen.   The community is concerned for both brothers and has come to support them.  Please sign their petition and help these brothers remain in the US.


The US cannot continue to deport it’s brightest people and continue to compete in a world economy.   Worse, it cannot continue to educate youths, then attempt to compete against them after deporting them, and not fall behind in world affairs.  The practice of deporting capable young people to satisfy quotas must come to a stop.  That is why Rep. Luis Gutierrez has proposed Pres. Barak Obama issue an executive order haling deportation of Dream eligible students pending a willing congress who addresses our broken immigration system.

Please support these two brothers and sign their petition.  Let’s make this a better America for everyone who wants to live the American Dream!

 

Un Dia Sin Fronteras

 

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Listen to director Jesse Salmeron of Dreamer, a True American Story and Actress Vannessa Vasquez on Un Dia Sin Fronteras, Monday, July 25th, 2011 at Noon Mountain Standard Time on 1150 am radio with talk show host Tim Paynter!  For those living out of the Denver area, a live internet feed is available!  You can call in for live conversation at 303.337.1150.

Dreamer A True American Story

Actress Vannessa Vasquez

 

 


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