#DACA4ALL (Part II) – National Call-In Day Nov 14th @8am!

We are the Legalization for All (L4A) Network and we support an end to #deportations, an end to #BorderMilitarization and no more #Repression.
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Call (202) 456-1111
Nov 14, 2013 @8am

Thursday, November 14, 2013 we are calling on President Barack Obama to make an executive decision: Make Deferred Action apply to all 11 million undocumented immigrants!

This is the 2nd National Call that Legalization For All (L4A) network initiates. The first was on October 3, 2013 and it was very successful. Many are giving support to the push and understanding that we have it within ourselves, the power to demand what we need and want: an end to deportations and for DACA to apply to all 11 Million+ undocumented immigrants NOW.

Click here for the official facebook event.

CALL THIS NUMBER: 202-456-1111

“My name is ______,

I’m calling from __(your city/state)___ urging President Obama to make an Executive Order to make DACA apply to ALL 11 MILLION #undocumented immigrants NOW! No more #deportations and no more #repression! DACA for all now!”

@BarackObama after 2Million deportations, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. #DACA4All #11Million now! No more #deporations and no more repression!

Why push #DACA4ALL?
In the first four years of the Obama administration, there were as many deportations of undocumented immigrants as in the eight years of Bush. Deportations under Obama are now on track to hit 2 million by the end of this year.

Ultimately, what is needed is legalization for all undocumented. 
But with no legalization law on the horizon, partial steps such as Deferred Action would help the undocumented. They would be able to work legally and would not be subject to ICE raids. Deferred Action also doesn’t have all of the bad elements of the Senate CIR bill, which would further militarize the border, increase workplace repression, reduce family reunification and end the diversity visa program that brings in about half the immigrants from Africa.

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