Sanctuary in the NY Times + petition delivery this Monday
Monday, January 26, 2015 by Esther Meroño0 Responses

Big news! The New York Times and Newsweek just covered the story of Arturo fighting his deportation in Sanctuary in Denver.1

With his the story in the spotlight, we’re applying MONDAY to stop his deportation and keep his family together. We’ll be delivering his petition with the application – can you help us get to 5,000 signers? We need to show the immigration officers reviewing his case that supporters of Sanctuary across the country stand with this courageous husband and father.

Before Monday, sign the petition to help stop Arturo’s deportation.

Arturo doesn’t have 3-6 months to wait until President Obama’s executive action accepts applications – even though he may qualify as an undocumented father of a U.S. citizen child. If we don't stop Arturo's deportation now, he won't be able to fulfill his dream of seeing both his daughters off to college one day. 

Our coalition in Denver welcomed Arturo into sanctuary because he is our neighbor, and as people of faith, we do not accept a broken system that tears apart loving families in our community. Please join us as we put our faith in action to push for immediate relief for Arturo and his family.

Add your name to help stop Arturo’s deportation before the delivery Monday.

Thank you for supporting Arturo and the Sanctuary movement.

In Solidarity,

Jennifer Piper
Metro Denver Sanctuary Coalition

[1] "Republicans Resist Obama’s Move to Dismantle Apparatus of Deportation." New York Times, January 15, 2015. 
"Why Is This Man Claiming Sanctuary From the Feds in a Church?" Newsweek, January 21, 2015.




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