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Interfaith Movement for 
Immigrant Justice

Movimento Interfe para la Justicia del Inmigrante
TONIGHT!

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 Queridxs amigxs del condado de Washington,

¡Únase a nosotrxs - e invite a otrxs de su comunidad! - para nuestra última reunión trimestral del año de IMIrJ Washington County.

Nos reuniremos el martes 4 de diciembre de 6:30 a 8:30pm en Las Naciones/Hillsboro UMC para:
  • ¡Celebrar nuestras victorias y logros del 2018!
  • ¡Compartir tamales, bebidas calientes y música!
  • ¡Escuchar a unxs líderes inmigrantes locales sobre la lucha por las licencias de conducir en 2019!
  • Actuar juntos para prevenir nuevos ataques contra las familias inmigrantes, especialmente en torno a la "carga pública".
2018 ha sido un gran año para nuestra comunidad IMIrJ en el condado de Washington. ¡Esperamos estar juntxs para celebrar y convivir mientras terminamos esta temporada y nos preparamos para la próxima!

En solidaridad,
Reverendo Adam Hange, Cristina Delgado, Reverendo Jorge Rodriguez, Marilyn Grendele, Reverendo Ron Werner Jr., Sarah Loose
IMIRJ Equipo de Líderes del Condado de Washington
Dear Washington County Friends,

Please join us - and invite others from your community! - for our final IMIrJ Washington County Quarterly Gathering of the year.

We'll gather on Tuesday, December 4th from 6:30 - 8:30pm at Las Naciones/Hillsboro UMC to:
  • Celebrate our victories and accomplishments of 2018!
  • Share tamales, hot drinks and music!
  • Hear from local immigrant leaders about the fight for drivers' licenses in 2019!
  • Take action together to prevent further attacks on immigrant families, especially around "public charge." 
2018 has been a big year for our IMIrJ community in Washington County! We look forward to being together to celebrate and connect as we bring this season to a close and ready ourselves for the next!  

In solidarity,
Rev. Adam Hange, Cristina Delgado, Rev. Jorge Rodriguez, Marilyn Grendele, Rev. Ron Werner Jr., Sarah Loose
IMIRJ Washington County Leads Team

 
“Public charge” is a term used in immigration law to refer to a person who is likely to become primarily dependent on the government to meet their basic needs. If someone is found to be a public charge, the government can deny admission to the U.S. or refuse an application for lawful permanent residency. Under the new proposed rule, the government now wants to redefine “public charge” more expansively, as an immigrant who receives one or more listed public benefits. Learn more and comment. Comments due December 10th!
Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice
503.550.3510 | info@imirj.org
www.imirj.org
sanctuarynotdeportation.org

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